July 28, 2016 7:34 AM ET


Company Overview of Prima banka Slovensko, a.s.

Company Overview

Prima banka Slovensko, a.s. provides a range of banking products and services to personal and corporate customers, and municipalities in Slovakia. It offers various accounts, as well as savings and deposit products; loans and mortgages; deposits and investments; and payment and other services. It serves citizens, businesses, and government customers through a network of approximately 100 branches and 220 ATMs. The company was formerly known as Dexia Banka Slovensko a.s. and changed its name to Prima banka Slovensko, a.s. in January 2012. Prima banka Slovensko, a.s. was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Zilina, Slovakia.

Hodžova 11

Žilina,  010 11


Founded in 1992


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Key Executives for Prima banka Slovensko, a.s.

Chairman of Management Board and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Officer of Operations & IT Division and Member of Management Board
Chief Officer of The Product Management Division and Member of The Management Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Prima banka Slovensko, a.s. Key Developments

Prima banka Slovensko, a.s., Annual General Meeting, Apr 28, 2016

Prima banka Slovensko, a.s., Annual General Meeting, Apr 28, 2016. Agenda: To consider the report on the company's business and assets in 2015; to consider the explanatory memorandum to the content requirements of the annual report; to consider the supervisory board report; to consider the separate financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2015; to consider the annual report 2015; to consider proposal for profit distribution for 2015; to consider approval of the auditor of the company for 2016; and to consider application for bond issue.

Prima banka Agrees to Pay EUR 25 Million to Tredar Investments

Prima banka Slovensko a.s. agreed to pay Tredar Investments EUR 25 million in compensation following a long court dispute involving predecessor Dexia banka. The dispute goes back to 2008, when Dexia banka allegedly spoiled a large South African rand transaction carried out for a company called Ritro Finance. The company sued Dexia in 2009, demanding EUR 162 million as compensation in a claim that changed hands several times and ended up with Tredar Investments. Penta Investments, which bought Dexia banka in 2011 and renamed it, argued that the claim was fabricated, but it finally agreed to settle out of court for one-sixth of the originally claim.

Prima banka Slovensko, a.s., Annual General Meeting, Apr 30, 2015

Prima banka Slovensko, a.s., Annual General Meeting, Apr 30, 2015, at 09:00 Central European Standard Time.

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