Recovery needed to cement lower credit risk at Slovenian banks

Banks need to take 'proactive' approach towards debtors


Credit and solvency risk at Slovenian banks declined in December following the transfer of the country's two largest banks' non-performing claims to the Bank Asset Management Company (BAMC), a bad bank set up by the government, according to a Bank of Slovenia report.

"The additional level of capitalisation at the banks provides a good basis for increased lending to corporates that show healthy creditworthiness," the report states. "The banks themselves can be a major factor in preventing further

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