This summary describes equity investments (including retained earnings) by Nova Ljubljanska banka d.d., Ljubljana (NLB d.d., Ljubljana) into its subsidiary NLB Banka a.d. Banja Luka (NLB Banja Luka) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The investor has applied for MIGA guarantees of up to EUR64,076,000 in Expropriation of Funds cover for mandatory reserves for a period of up to 7 years.
NLB Group is the largest banking and financial services group in Slovenia with operations across southeastern Europe. NLB Group's six banking subsidiaries outside of Slovenia are required to maintain mandatory reserves at the central banks in their respective jurisdictions, based on the volume of customer deposits. Mandatory reserves affect NLB d.d., Ljubljana's overall Risk-Weighted Assets (RWA) at the consolidated level, resulting in less headroom for other assets at a given level of capital.
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