Exor says firm looking at KBC private banking unit


TURIN, Italy, April 29 (Reuters) - Italian holding company Exor SpA is looking at the private banking arm of Belgium's KBC but conditions would have to be right for a deal, Exor Chief Executive Carlo Sant'Albano said on Thursday. "The dossier is still open. It's a sector that we like," he said on the the sidelines of Exor's annual general meeting. Exor is the holding company of Italy's Agnelli family and owns a slice of Fiat SpA . KBL European Private Bankers was put up for sale by KBC ...

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