According to World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report 2019, financial market development in Slovenia is scored 63.8 out of maximum 100.0 and ranked 61st out of 144 analysed economies.
Chart 1. Financial Market Development in Slovenia. Source: WEF.
Soundness of banks is scored 4.9 bringing Slovenia into the 78th place.
Chart 2. Soundness of Banks in Slovenia. Source: WEF.
Banks in Slovenia are mainly focused on the following areas:
Currently there are 18 credit institutions operating in Slovenia.
In 2019 consolidated banking assets in Slovenia were 45,744.92 mln EUR. The consolidated banking assets' evolution is shown at Chart 3 below.
Chart 3. Consolidated banking assets in Slovenia.
Recent structural changes (2013 - 2018) of the banking sector of Slovenia are summarised in Table 1.
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Table 1. Recent structural changes in the banking sector of Slovenia.
The list of the most recently opened banks in Slovenia is provided in Table 2.
|Brüll Kallmus Bank AG, Bančna podružnica v Sloveniji||May 2014|
Table 2. The most recently opened banks in Slovenia.
All the credit institutions operating in Slovenia can be classified into several categories. Table 3 summarises the number of banks in each category.
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|Branches of foreign banks||2|
There are 2 branches of foreign banks from 2 different countries in Slovenia. Table 4 shows the number of branches grouped by the country of origin.
|Country of Origin||Number of Branches|
Deposit guarantee scheme is a financial stability mechanism implemented in many countries to protect bank depositors against the loss of their deposits in the case when a bank is unable to meet its obligations to depositors by compensating certain deposits held by depositors of the bank. This compensation is paid out from the contributions which banks have made into a deposit guarantee fund.
From a depositor's point of view it is important to know:
All these details about deposit guarantee scheme in Slovenia are summarised in Table 5.
Table 5. Deposit guarantee scheme in Slovenia.
EEA stands for European Economic Area and consists of all EU member states plus Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland.
Moody's country ceilings for deposits specify the highest rating that can be assigned to local- or foreign- currency denominated deposit obligations of a bank or other deposit taking institution domiciled within that country.
Local currency (Euro) deposit ceiling for Slovenia is set to Aa1 (high grade), foreign currency deposit ceiling is Aa1 (high grade).
Chart 4. Deposit Rates in Slovenia. Source: ECB.