Slovenia's Second Bank Gets Two New Members of Supervisory Board
Maribor, 9 July - Shareholders of Slovenia's second bank NKBM appointed two new members of the supervisory board at Tuesday's AGM and backed the government's proposal not to pay out bonuses to the supervisory board. The government - a majority owner of the bank - also suggested higher dividends, which was agreed on by the assembly, so that now SIT 1.11bn (EUR 4.8m) will be divided for SIT 396.9 (EUR 1.75) per share.
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