July 24, 2017 3:37 PM ET


Company Overview of SKB banka d.d.

Company Overview

SKB banka d.d. provides banking products and services to individuals and corporate customers in Slovenia. Its personal banking products and services comprise personal and saving accounts, and term deposits; payment services; loans comprising holiday, housing, cash, car, Lombard, and 1-hour loans, as well as personal account overdrafts; vehicles leasing services; payment cards; structured products; investment funds; stock exchange brokerage and foreign capital markets services; and insurance products, such as life, car, accident, travel and medical, and property insurance products, as well as insurance for the case of borrower’s unemployment. The company’s corporate banking services comprise ...

Ajdovšcina 4

Ljubljana,  1513


Founded in 1965

842 Employees


386 14 715 555


386 12 314 549

Key Executives for SKB banka d.d.

Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: €418.7K
Deputy Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: €158.8K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

SKB banka d.d. Key Developments

SKB Banka Plans to Pay Dividends for 2016

SKB Banka plans to pay out EUR 61.3 million in dividends for 2016, equal to EUR 4.85 gross dividend per share.

VTB Seeks To Acquire Zapsibkombank And SKB Bank

JSC VTB Bank (LSE:VTBR) is involved in negotiations to acquire Public Joint Stock Company West Siberian Commercial Bank and SKB bank d.d., which operate in Russia's Siberia and Ural regions, Banki.ru reported. JSC VTB Bank is negotiating the purchase of two banks in Russia's Siberia and Ural regions, Banki.ru reported on January 19, 2017, citing Chief Executive Officer, Andrey Kostin. Kostin did not disclose any names, but market sources said the lenders in question are PJSC West Siberian Commercial Bank, or Zapsibkombank, and OAO AKB SKB-Bank, Banki.ru noted, citing Vedomosti. VTB had shown interest in purchasing Zapsibkombank in 2016; negotiations were suspended at the time but have been recently resumed, the report said.

SKB Group Announces Earnings Results for the First Half Ended June 2016

SKB Group announced earnings results for the first half ended June 2016. For the period, the company reported that net profit jumped 54.2% on the year to EUR 34.2 million ($38.3 million). The group's net interest income grew 5.8% to EUR 35.5 million in January-June, while net non-interest income surged 42.1% to EUR 26.2 million.

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