Central Bank Governor: "Slovenia Does Not Need a Bad Bank"

Ljubljana, 22 February - Central bank governor Marko Kranjec has labelled the Slovenian banking system as relatively stable. "Since 2007, no banks have been in serious trouble, although there is constant talk about how we need a bad bank. Let me be clear: we do not need a bad bank," Kranjec told business daily Finance in an interview published on Wednesday.

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