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Societe Generale expands its private banking offering in Slovenia
12/10/2017 , News Team

SKB, the subsidiary of the Societe Generale group in Slovenia, is expanding its private banking offering, supported by Societe Generale Private Banking (SGPB).

SKB is reinforcing its offering and its teams in order to provide wealth management clients with access to additional high added-value services and advice for the management, protection and transmission of their wealth. 

This will enable clients to benefit from a broader range of products, in particular with regard to wealth planning solutions and investment advisory services for both domestic and foreign investments, which are not yet widely available in the country. SKB’s clients will be served by dedicated staff located in a private banking centre in Ljubljana.

Initiated in 2010 with Komercni Banka in the Czech Republic and followed by Societe Generale’s subsidiary in Morocco in 2013 and in Serbia in 2016, Slovenia represents a further step in Societe Generale’s strategy to continue to develop partnerships between its private bank and its overseas retail banking network

With more than 145,000 employees, based in 66 countries, Societe Generale serves on a daily basis 31 million clients throughout the world. 

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