Company Overview of Societe Generale Splitska Banka d.d.
Societe Generale-Splitska Banka d.d. provides commercial banking services to retail, private, business, and corporate customers in the Republic of Croatia. The company offers savings accounts, current accounts, Giro accounts, foreign currency current accounts, student accounts, and fixed term deposits. It also provides loans, including non purpose loans, housing loans, student loans, car loans, consumer loans, tourism loans, and student and education loans; short and long-term financing, project financing, guarantees and letters of credit, purchase of receivables, bills of exchange discount, and leasing services; and debit and credit cards. In addition, the company offers life insurance, acc...
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Key Executives for Societe Generale Splitska Banka d.d.
Chief Director of Retail Banking and Member of The Managing Board
Head of Client Strategy & Marketing
Chief Director of Corporate Banking
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Societe Generale Splitska Banka d.d. Key Developments
Erste, OTP And SG-Splitska Banka Reportedly Eye Croatia's HPB
Sep 24 13
ERSTE BANK a.d. Novi Sad, OTP Bank Plc. (BUSE:OTP) and Societe Generale Splitska Banka d.d. have filed documents in the ongoing sell-off procedure for Hrvatska postanska banka d.d. (ZGSE:HPB-R-A), Zagreb-based media reported. The other major sell-off procedure that is currently in progress, that involving CROATIA osiguranje d.d. (ZGSE:CROS-R-A), Adris Group d.d. (ZGSE:ADRS-R-A) and Powszechny Zaklad Ubezpieczen Spólka Akcyjna (WSE:PZU), Zavarovalnica Triglav, d.d. (LJSE:ZVTG), The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Vienna Insurance Group (WBAG:VIG) and Ahliea Insurance Group (PLSE:AIG), news daily Poslovni Dnevnik reported on September 23, 2013, quoting unnamed sources.
Court Orders Eight Banks in Croatia to Recalculate Swiss Franc Loans
Jul 5 13
The commercial court in Zagreb reported the banks overcharged borrowers, while changing the interest rates in an untransparent manner. Eight lenders operating in Croatia have been ordered by a commercial court in Zagreb to recalculate loans pegged to the Swiss franc. UniCredit SpA's Zagrebacka Banka d.d., Intesa Sanpaolo SpA's Privredna banka Zagreb d.d., Erste Group Bank AG's Erste & Steiermärkische Bank d.d., Raiffeisen Bank International AG's Croatian operations, Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank d.d., OTP Bank Nyrt., Société Générale's Splitska banka d.d. and Sberbanka are all involved in the court case. Responding to a lawsuit filed by Potrosac, a consumer protection group, the court said the banks overcharged borrowers, while changing the interest rates in an untransparent manner. The eight banks are expected to appeal the ruling, which if confirmed, will lead to the principal of every loan being recalculated in the kuna and set to a fixed interest rate.
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