Original disclosure @ EBRD website
Updated in EWS Mar 21, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Sep 20, 2022
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According to the EBRD, the project consists in an investment of EUR80 million in Basel III compliant AT1 capital instrument to be raised by Nova Ljubljanska Banka d.d. ("NLB"). It would be the first such capital instrument to be placed by a Slovenian bank. The AT1 instrument would be rated and listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.
With this investment, EBRD is seeking to make a tangible contribution to NLB's resilience, by improving the quality of NLB's capital base, supporting capital optimisation and growth strategy as well as facilitating the meeting of regulatory requirements.
From the EBRD's website:
NLB is the largest banking group in Slovenia with ~30%market share by total assets. NLB is classified as other systematically important institution in Slovenia and is part of NLB Group that has operations in five Wester Balkan countries. As of end-H1 2022, NLB Group had total assets of EUR23 billion and total equity of EUR2.3 billion. Following NLB's privatisation in 2018, the stake of Republic of Slovenia in NLB declined from 100% to 25%. NLB is listed on Ljubljana and London Stock Exchange. NLB's credit rating is Baa1 (stable) by Moody's and BBB (stable) by S&P.
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Client - Nova Ljubljanska Banka d.d.:
Valerija Pesec - Head of Investor Relations
Phone: + 386 1 476 9122
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