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Information on non-performing exposures

12/12/2017 / Press release

The total NPE of the banking system was reduced from EUR 8,9 billion to 3,1 billion from 31 December 2013 to 30 June 2017. Banka Slovenije and the European Institutions are continuing their activities, regarding NPE.

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Monthly Bulletin, November 2017

11/30/2017 / Publications

Monthly Bulletin is a main statistical publication of Banka Slovenije, with data from its own production of statistics of financial institutions, financial accounts and external statistics.

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Monthly information on bank performance, November 2017

11/28/2017 / Press release

The banking system’s pre-tax profit over the first nine months of the year stood at EUR 369 million (+10% y-o-y). Growth in loans to non-financial corporations is continuing to strengthen, despite the relatively low monthly net increases.


Date: 03/16/2016

Main refinancing operations: 0.00


Date: 12/12/2017

EUR/USD 1.1766
EUR/CHF 1.1671


Date: 11/30/2017

  • 37.341EUR million was the balance sheet total of the Slovenian banking system at the end of September 2017.

  • 1,82 %was the average interest margin in the banking system in the first nine months of 2017

  • 6,93 %the share of non-performing exposures (the EBA definition) was held by Slovenian banks at the end of October 2017.

  • 17.338EUR millions of households deposits were held at the end of September 2017 in banks and savings banks in Slovenia.

  • 368,5EUR million of pre-tax profit had the Slovenian banking system after the first nine months of 2017.

  • 3,5 %expected economic growth in Slovenia in 2017 (Banka Slovenije's projection).


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