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Slovenia is accelerating plans to sell state companies including banks Nova Kreditna Banka Maribor (NKBM) and Nova Ljubljanska Banka (NLB), and Telekom Slovenije to regain investor confidence before a bond sale, Finance Minister Janez Sustersic said, Bloomberg reported.
The government plans to very soon offer some of the government stakes in the banks, but also other companies, Sustersic said in a Oct. 5 interview in Ljubljana. We would like to start with some of the so-called hot companies, for which there is a lot of interest, because we need some good examples in short time.
The government wants to reduce its stakes in banks and other financial firms to 25%. NKBM will probably be among the first state-owned companies to be offered for sale, according to Sustersic.
The government has already picked an adviser to find buyers for the banks, which are struggling with rising bad loans as the economy enters its second recession in three years. The government, which owns an indirect majority in both banks, will also seek a buyer for insurance company Zavarovalnica Triglav.
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