Global Bank Directory
In total, there are 15 licensed banks operating in Slovenia.
SWIFT/BIC Codes in Slovenia
Banka Intesa Sanpaolo | Koper Update: 2022-01-29
Banka Intesa Sanpaolo d.d. (formerly Banka Koper) is the 5th largest commercial bank in terms of loans and 4th largest bank in terms of deposits in Slovenia. The Bank provides a full range of services: retail banking, commercial and custodian banking, international banking operations, as well as financial leasing, mutual funds marketing and selling insurance products.
Nova KBM | Maribor Update: 2022-01-26
Nova KBM d.d. (Nova Kreditna banka Maribor d.d., NKBM) is a universal bank with the longest tradition of banking in Slovenia. Bank offers to individuals, sole proprietors, legal entities and other organisations mainstream banking services, investment banking products and online banking service, as well as other modern banking channels and advanced financial services and systems, such as mobile phone payments (Moneta). High quality banking services are complemented by professional advice and financial products and services offered by other Nova KBM Group members.
Nova Ljubljanska banka (NLB) | Ljubljana Update: 2022-10-25
Nova Ljubljanska banka d.d. (NLB) provides various banking and financial services to individual and corporate clients, and financial institutions in Slovenia. The Bank is a part of NLB Group, the largest Slovenian banking and financial group.
Sberbank Slovenia | Ljubljana Update: 2022-01-26
Sberbank banka d.d. is SberBank's subsidiary bank in Slovenia, part of Sberbank Europe AG since 2012. The Bank provides universal financial services to companies, institutional investors and individuals. Services: banking, financial instruments, loans, financing, deposits, structured products, saving products, corporate banking, retail banking.
SKB Bank | Ljubljana Update: 2023-04-08
SKB banka d.d. is a modern, innovative bank and a pioneer in various areas of Slovenian banking system development. As a part of the Hungarian OTP Group, one of the leading banking groups in the Central Eastern European region, SKB has support in transferring new technologies, opening new business opportunities and accessibility of financing resources.