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.
SKB Bank and Nova KBM, under the umbrella of the OTP Group, are already in the process of merging, demonstrating that they will continue to support a broader social environment that promotes charity, sustainability, and volunteering as one bank. The OTP Group, which includes Nova KBM and SKB banka in Slovenia, will donate a total of 2,2 million euros to those in need. In addition to Nova KBM and SKB banka, the funds will also be contributed by the parent company, Hungarian OTP bank.More detailed informationpdf, 92 kB
In the first quarter of 2023, the SKB Group generated a net profit of 17.4 million EUR, which is 4.1 million EUR (+30.7 %)
more than in the same period last year.
During the year 2022, the SKB Group reached important milestones in its operations and achieved an excellent business result. The Group's total assets exceeded 4.4 billion EUR, which means the Bank's market share in terms of total assets is 8.7 %. It increased its market share in loans to 10.8 % and in deposits to 9.2 %. The SKB Group closed the 2022 business year with a net profit of 61.1 million EUR, which is 15.1 million EUR more than the year before and the most in the history of the SKB Group.More detailed informationpdf, 89 kB
OTP Group is pleased to announce that, following the receipt of all necessary regulatory approvals, the acquisition of Nova KBM Group in Slovenia has been successfully completed, finishing the most complex acquisition process ever undertaken by the banking group. The purchase of NKBM is the most significant acquisition in the history of OTP Group enabling the group to become market leader in the fifth country and further strengthen its market position in the CEE region.More detailed informationpdf, 718 kB
OTP Bank, the leading banking group in Central and Eastern Europe has fulfilled today the last condition for closing the transaction of acquiring NKBM by receiving the approval of the Slovenian Competition Protection Agency. The sale and purchase agreement for the acquisition of Slovenia’s second largest bank was signed on 31 May 2021, and following the closing, that is expected in the upcoming days, Nova KBM will join OTP Group.More detailed informationpdf, 623 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.
The SKB logotype consists of the sign and text that represent a whole and it is not allowed to use them separately.
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