Insurer PZU tipped to be first of Poland's planned stake sales

April 28, 2015 11:55 AM

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WARSAW, April 28 (Reuters) - Poland's treasury ministry is likely to kick off a series of asset disposals with the sale of a stake in insurer PZU due to the company's attractive price, fund managers said.

Poland has said it may sell stakes in three listed companies -- PZU, Poland's biggest bank PKO BP and the country's largest utility PGE -- to help fund state investments.

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