NLB d.d. is a member of NLB Group, the leading banking and financial group with headquarters and an exclusive strategic interest in our home region – Southeast Europe.
NLB d.d. in numbers
- A network of 75 branches, complemented by the Bank & Go mobile bank and a number of services available to clients 24/7.
- More than 600.000 active clients.
- NLB d.d. recorded a profit of EUR 208.4 million in 2021.
- Total assets of the NLB d.d. amount to EUR 12.7 billion.
Source: NLB Group Annual Report 2021
About the NLB Group
NLB Group is the leading banking and financial group with headquarters and an exclusive strategic interest in our home region – Southeast Europe. In addition to NLB d.d., a main entity in Slovenia and a public company, NLB Group is comprised of seven subsidiary banks and several companies for ancillary services (asset management, real estate management etc.). The Group utilises a universal banking model and supports its clients through retail, corporate, and investment banking services. On six out of seven markets where the Group operates, the market share of member banks exceeds 10% (measured by total assets).
An important part of our mission – besides taking care for our customers with our commitment, knowledge and innovative solutions – is to create a better life, a better future for us all. For us, this region is not just a spot on the map – this is our home. That is why we have embarked on the path of intensive integration of sustainability into our operations. In the broadest sense, we understand sustainability as our operations that meet the needs of this generation and simultaneously preserve the opportunities of future generations.
As the first bank from Slovenia to commit to the UN Principles for Responsible Banking, NLB d.d. performed an impact analysis and published regional sustainability targets.
The key pillars of the socially responsible operations of the Group are care for its employees and protection of lawfulness and integrity, as well as the promotion of entrepreneurship, increasing financial literacy and mentorship, support to professional and youth sports, humanitarian activities, and the protection of cultural heritage.
For the seventh year in a row.