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 again, for the ninth time, received the award “Bank of the Year in Slovenia”. The award granted by The Banker magazine is a great success for us, as it means that professional public has been continuously recognizing us as the best.
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The year 2020 will be remembered by an extraordinary health crisis which has heavily impacted the entire banking sector as well as the world economy.More detailed informationpdf, 107 kB
In the first quarter, the SKB Group performed with encouraging results and reported EUR 14.4 million in profit before tax. In March, the first signs of decline were shown as a result of the epidemic COVID-19.More detailed informationpdf, 105 kB
Hungarian OTP Bank has successfully completed the acquisition of SKB in the end of last year and became 99.73 percent owner of SKB Bank. This is the first OTP investment in Slovenia which continues to strengthen the position of the largest independent financial group in Central and Eastern Europe.More detailed informationpdf, 155 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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