On a consolidated level, the MIGA guarantee is expected to provide regulatory capital relief to NLB by reducing the amount of Risk-Weighted Assets (RWAs). The guarantee is expected to last up to seven years. NLB is Slovenia's largest banking and financial services company, with operations throughout the region. Outside of Slovenia, NLB's banking subsidiaries must maintain mandatory reserves at their respective central banks based on the volume of customer deposits. Mandatory reserves have an impact on NLB's consolidated RWAs, resulting in less headroom for other assets at a given capital level.
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