Serbia raises stake in Srpska Banka.

By bne IntelliNews September 6, 2011
The Republic of Serbia has raised its interest in local Srpska Banka to 98.14% from 96.52% following a RSD 1.4bn capital increase, Srpska Banka said in a stock exchange filing. Srpska Banka issued 140,423 new shares with nominal value of RSD 10,000, which were sold to Serbia in a private placement. Following the capital increase, Srpska Banka's capital is divided into 302,129 shares with nominal value of RSD 10,000 each.

Related Articles

Serbia's external debt up 4.7% y/y to EUR 25.4bn at end-Feb 2013.

Serbia's foreign debt rose an annual 4.7% y/y to EUR 25.4bn at end-February after climbing 6.6% on the year in January, central bank data showed. In monthly terms, however, the external ... more

Vip Mobile Serbia signs five-year managed services deal with Ericsson.

Swedish company Ericsson said it has signed a five-year managed services contract with Vip Mobile - the Serbian arm of Telekom Austria Group. The agreement includes field maintenance services for ... more

Telenor and Societe General possible buyers of Serbia's KBC Banka - report.

Norwegian telecommunications firm Telenor and France's Societe General are seen as possible buyers of the Serbian unit of Belgium's KBC Group, which has been on sale for several years now, a ... more

Notice: Undefined index: subject_id in /var/www/html/application/controllers/IndexController.php on line 335
Dismiss