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List of relvant institutions

Credit institutions based in Slovak Republic

  • Československá obchodná banka, a. s.
  • ČSOB stavebná sporiteľňa, a. s.
  • OTP Banka Slovensko, a. s.
  • Poštová banka, a. s.
  • Prima banka Slovensko, a. s.
  • Privatbanka, a. s.
  • Prvá stavebná sporiteľňa, a. s.
  • Sberbank Slovensko, a. s.
  • Slovenská sporiteľňa, a. s.
  • Slovenská záručná a rozvojová banka, a. s.
  • Tatra banka, a. s.
  • Všeobecná úverová banka, a. s.
  • Wüstenrot stavebná sporiteľňa, a. s.

Investment firms based in Slovak Republic

Name of the investment firm Date when NBS decision on narrowing down the licence became final
Fio o.c.p., a.s. 9.12.2015
SALVE INVESTMENTS, o.c.p. 24.6.2015
Across Wealth Management, o.c.p. 30.3.2015
Sympatia Financie, o.c.p. 23.3.2015

* Based on Article 1(3) of the Act on resolution in the financial market (further the “Act”) in connection with Article 54(11) of the Act on Securities and Investment Services (further the “Securities Act”), the personal scope of the Act includes Investment firms, who must have a minimum capital of € 730,000 on the grounds that they are authorized to provide investment services pursuant to Article 6(1) point. c) (dealing on own account) or point. f) (underwriting and placing of financial instruments on a firm commitment basis) of the Securities Act. Narrowing a license pursuant to Article 6(1) point. c) and f) of the Securities Act quits the Investment Services to be included in the personal scope of the Act. According to Article 12 (2) of the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No. 2015/63 of 21 October 2014 supplementing Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2014/59/EU, with regard to ex ante contributions to resolution financing arrangements (OJ L 11, 17) this does not affect their obligation to pay contributions to the Resolution fund for the year in which there has been narrowed the license.

The interpretation of the Art. 12(2).pdf [.pdf, 179.2 kB]