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Houlihan helps buyers navigate Slovenia privatisations

Houlihan helps buyers navigate Slovenia privatisations

December 2, 2013

A Slovenian privatisation process involving 14 different selling entities provided Houlihan Lokey's corporate finance team with a delicate challenge when helping a potential Austrian buyer.

Slovenia faces up to economic reforms

Slovenia faces up to economic reforms

September 2, 2013

With its sovereign rating downgraded and its banks maintaining heavy losses, will Slovenia’s strategy of creating a bad bank and recapitalising its lenders pay off? And how can banks escape the poor lending culture that brought them low in the first place? 

Can Slovenia avoid a bail out?

May 8, 2013
Slovenia top 10 banks by assets, 2011

The need for a multilateral bail out of eurozone member Slovenia will depend on the state of its troubled banking sector, which lost a significant proportion of its capital in 2011.

Slovenia gives hope to eurozone periphery

January 2, 2013

Frozen out of the Eurobond market due to fears over its banking sector and budget deficit, Slovenia managed to find a highly receptive audience on the other side of the Atlantic.

Europe’s sovereign-linked issuers adapt to the new normal

March 1, 2012

The eurozone sovereign debt crisis has not just affected national treasuries, but also European supranationals and government-related entities. Philip Alexander hears from a range of larger and smaller borrowers across the eurozone and beyond.

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Slovenia's banking sector stutters on

November 1, 2011

Slovenia was one of the worst hit by the eurozone crisis and its banks have struggled to recover with high non-performing loan ratios and low returns on equity. They are however punching above their weight in capital terms in The Banker’s rankings. Writer Nick Saywell

Slovenia looks before it leaps

March 31, 2010

Slovenia tracked the market's reaction to Greece's 10-year bond release in early March before moving quickly into action with its second bond issue of the year. Writer Edward Russell-Walling

Progress slow on modernisation

April 3, 2006

Until there is clarity over home country rule, Slovenian privatisation will be held up. Brian Caplen reports.

Bajuk’s balancing act

April 3, 2006

Slovenia’s finance minister Andrej Bajuk won The Banker’s award as best finance minister in Europe 2006. Here he explains to Brian Caplen how the Slovenian economy works.

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