Land Bank has gone to market in search of a buyer for its distressed loan book as it ramps up its turnaround efforts after a torrid three years, in which it became the first state-owned enterprise since 1994 to default on its debt.

The entity, established in 1912 to extend credit to the agriculture sector, issued a tender inviting interested financial institutions to bid for a contract to take over its written-off debt book...

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