Banka Koper Gets New Supervisory Board

Koper, 27 June - Shareholders of Slovenia's fifth largest bank Banka Koper, making up for 92.3 percent of the bank's stock, adopted the management's proposal to give SIT 1.04bn (EUR 4.5m) of the company's 2001 balance sheet profit of SIT 3.3bn (EUR 14.5m) for dividends, at SIT 2,000 (EUR 8.84)gross per share. Thursday's assembly also appointed a new supervisory board, which now has four members representing the majority owner - the Turin-based bank SanPaolo IMI.

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