Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 29 November to 5 December

Ljubljana, 7 December - The supervisory board of Nova Ljubljanska banka (NLB) last week appointed Marjan Kramar the new chairman of the board. The 44-year-old Kramar, the head of the Slovenian Export Corporation, will take over the five-year office on 1 February, succeeding Marko Voljc, who resigned after facing increasing pressure because of bank's problematic changeover to new accounts. The Zavarovalnica Triglav insurance company also got a new chair last week, as Joze Lenic on 1 December officially assumed the office. Also last week, the rubber and chemical company Sava Kranj announced its plans to take over the Terme 3000 spa in an attempt to set up a major spa centre in NE Slovenia. The Ljubljana Stock Exchange also saw some lively activity last week, as the benchmark SBI 20 index for the first time ever crossed the 4,400 point mark.

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