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Full name: Nlb Razvojna Banka a.d.
Previous name(s): Development Bank of Southeast Europe (2006)
Status: OTC traded
Legal Form: Public Limited Company
Operational Status: Operational
Incorporation Date: 1998
Bosnia-based NLB Razvojna banka AD began operations as a state-owned bank in 1998 under the name Razvojna Banka. In August 2002, the Bosnian Serb government sold an 80% stake in Razvojna Banka to the Bank of Southeast Europe for KM 1.6 million and in September the same year the bank was renamed to Razvojna Banka Jugoistocne Evrope (Development Bank of Southeast Europe). In August 2005, Slovenia's largest bank by assets, Nova Ljubljanska Banka (NLB), signed a deal to buy 92.3% in Razvojna Banka JugoistocneMore
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