The beleaguered Co-operative Bank will this week pick new City advisers to negotiate a restructuring deal with its investors as hopes of an outright sale of the company diminish.
Sky News has learnt that the Co-op Bank is to hire investment bankers to help thrash out an agreement with a group of US hedge funds, which hold big equity stakes in the lender as well as large chunks of its debt.
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