Treasury bills

Good and safe investments give value to your assets.

Safe instrument

The Republic of Slovenia guarantees the payment of a treasury bill when due.

Registered and book-entry security

With a maturity of three, six, twelve and eighteen months. They are issued in denominations of 1,000 EUR.

Purchase at primary tender

They are issued at primary tenders and can be purchased only via authorized subscribers including SKB Bank.

TREASURY SECTOR

Please contact the TREASURY SECTOR for more information

Call us

01 471 50 94

Digital banking

With mobile and online bank, you can arrange as many as 53 different tasks without visiting the bank.:

  • Submitting application for approval of extra overdraft facility.
  • Submitting application for order of consumer loan.
  • Submitting application for obtaining
    Mastercard / Visa credit card.
  • Paying and receiving invoices and e-invoices.
  • Overview of balance and spending.

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Otherdigital services

Make an appointment with the advisor

Your relationship officer will wait for you in the outlet on the agreed upon date and time. 
With his help, you will be able to arrange everything quickly and easily.

Make an appointment or Send an inquiry

It's good to know
who you trust with your finances

SKB bank

  • Excells in safety, stability and reliability in Slovene banking space.
  • Part of OTP Group, one of the biggest and most stable financial services providers in Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Trusted by more than 200.000 clients.

Frequently asked questions

Corporate finances, Personal finances

PERFORMANCE OF THE SKB GROUP IN THE FIRST HALF-YEAR OF 2021

13. 09. 2021

In the first half-year of 2021 the credit portfolio of the Group increased by 129 million EUR or by 5.3%.

Corporate finances, Personal finances

OTP Bank to purchase Nova KBM in Slovenia

31. 05. 2021

OTP Bank has signed a share sale and purchase agreement to purchase 100% of Slovenia’s Nova KBM d.d., owned by funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management, Inc. (80%) and EBRD (20%).