About SKB bank
Banka SKB is a modern bank that offers innovative solutions to its clients.
Information on key events, milestones, financial results, vision and plans, strategy and performance of the bank.
In the first nine months of 2022, the SKB Group generated a net profit of 47.0 million EUR, which is 12.4 million EUR (+35.7 %) more than in the same period last year. The development of the business result in 2022 was significantly influenced by the net release of impairments and provisions, while the SKB Group maintained its operating profit at the last year’s level. Compared to the same period last year, the SKB Group increased its return on equity (ROE) by 3.3 percentage points to 14.4 % in the first nine months of 2022, making it one of the most profitable banks in Slovenia.More detailed informationpdf, 94 kB
As a committed advocate of innovation, OTP Group is implementing the OTP Startup program for the fifth time
this year. The program is aimed at finding innovative solutions for actual business needs as a result of a targeted and
business-oriented long-term partnership. On 5 September 2022, a three-month pilot phase began, in which SKB Bank
also participates for the first time this year.
The SKB Group closed the first half of the year with a net profit in the amount of 25.1 million EUR, which is 4.2 million EUR or 20 % more than in the same period last year.More detailed informationpdf, 93 kB
As of 1 August 2022, SKB Bank will end the charging of a fee for managing assets in accounts of individual and corporate clients and professionals, the so-called account balance fee.More detailed informationpdf, 79 kB
The French insurance company Groupama, one of the most important international insurance groups in Europe, has entered the Slovenian market and the offer of SKB Bank. The Groupama Group operates in 12 markets world-wide and has more than 13 million policyholders. It will offer life insurance exclusively to borrowers of SKB consumer and housing loans.More detailed informationpdf, 86 kB
In relatively stable economic environment of the first quarter of 2022, the SKB Group increased its commercial activities, which was reflected in 122.0 million EUR or 4.6-percent higher loan portfolio than at the end of 2021 (on 31 March 2022, the loan portfolio of non-bank customers amounted to 2,748 million EUR).More detailed informationpdf, 89 kB
At SKB Bank, we want to enable all residents of Slovenia to perform daily banking activities, regardless of the situation in which individuals find themselves. That is why we have decided to provide Ukrainian citizens who were forced to leave their homeland due to military aggression with easy and free banking operations during their stay in Slovenia.More detailed informationpdf, 107 kB
SKB Group has successfully concluded the financial year 2021, despite the Covid-19 virus epidemic and many market challenges. With a net profit of EUR 46.0 million, which is EUR 11.2 million more than in the previous year, SKB Group's operations rank it among the most profitable banks in Slovenia.More detailed informationpdf, 118 kB
According to EBA Guidelines (EBA/GL/2020/07 ) SKB and SKB group disclosed the information about guarantee schemes and legislative moratoria and also other (non-legislative) moratoria, concluded as a consequence of COVID-19.
The purpose of this report is to provide disclosures as required by the Global Regulatory Framework for capital and liquidity, established by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS). At European level, these requirements are implemented in accordance with disclosure requirements in the Part Eight of Regulation (EU) No 272/2013 on prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms (Capital Requirements Regulation - the CRR) and Directive 2013/36/EU on access to the credit institution and prudential supervision of credit institution and investment firms (Capital Requirements Directive IV – the CRD). Disclosures for SKB Group are prepared in accordance with regulation. All disclosers are prepared in EUR thousand, unless otherwise stated.
According to EBA Guidelines (EBA/GL/2020/07) SKB and SKB group disclosed the information about
guarantee schemes and legislative moratoria and also other (non-legislative) moratoria, concluded as
a consequence of COVID-19.
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