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Govt Proposes to Banks to Sell Seized Shares to Special Fund

Ljubljana, 21 February - As part of its measures to boost competitiveness, the government has proposed to banks which have seized shares staked by indebted companies as collateral to sell them to special private funds for restructuring of companies. This would apply especially to the two state-owned banks, NLB and NKBM.

Ljubljana
Development and European Affairs Minister Mitja Gaspari (left) speaks to the press about competitiveness-boosting measures proposed by the government.
Photo: Stanko Gruden

Ljubljana
Minister for Development and European Affairs Mitja Gaspari (left) and Director of the Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development Bostjan Vasle talk about measures to make Slovenian economy more competitive.
Photo: Stanko GrudenLjubljana
Development and European Affairs Minister Mitja Gaspari (left) speaks to the press about competitiveness-boosting measures proposed by the government.
Photo: Stanko Gruden

Ljubljana
Development and European Affairs Minister Mitja Gaspari (left) speaks to the press about competitiveness-boosting measures proposed by the government.
Photo: Stanko Gruden

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