The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) bought 6.25 percent of the NLB. From 2002 to 2008, the EBRD was already co-owner of our largest bank.
"This is a great and welcome moment in the development of the NLB and the Slovenian banking sector," says Lucyna Stanczak-Wuczynska, EBRD Director, responsible for financial institutions and banks in the EU.
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"The bank's step towards private ownership through a successful IPO shows its successful restructuring and recovery, which will boost its business and growth, which will benefit its customers," she added.
Experts about the price of NLB: very bad
The price for the NLB share is set at EUR 51.50 in the first public offering of shares (IPO) procedure, ie at the lower limit of the price range between EUR 51.50 and EUR 66. In this process, the state sells 59.1 percent of the NLB shares, with which it earns just under 609 million euros.
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The minimum size of the transaction has been set at 130 thousand euros
In the meantime, the Ljubljana Stock Exchange announced today that NLB will hold 20 million shares that will be listed on the first quotation on Wednesday.
The minimum batch size has been set at 130 thousand euros. The first reference price is EUR 51.50 or the price for the share in the first public offering of shares (IPO).
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