Splitska banka

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Splitska banka d.d.
Founded 1965
Headquarters Split, Croatia
Services Commercial banking
€4.49 mln (2013)[1]
Total assets €3584.56 mln (2013)[1]
Total equity €444.18 mln (2013)[1]
Website www.splitskabanka.hr

Splitska banka is a Croatian company which is dealing with banking, from Split, Croatia. It is one of the largest banks in Croatia and it is owned by Société Générale.


It was established in 1965 in Split.

In April 2000 it was privatized and bought by UniCredit.

In 2002 Bank Austria Creditanstalt AG on base of purchase contracts of Splitska banka initiated the merger of its subsidiary in Croatia, HVB Croatia, focused on larger businesses and private clients and clients of Splitska banka, with emphasis on the "retail" business. The new bank, known as HVB Splitska banka, had served joint customers with a unique increased product catalog.

In 2004 bank has signed a contract with FINA, so number of branches has been increased (31 branches).

On 20 April 2006 has been signed a contract about sale of HVB Splitska banka to French group Société Générale, so bank has changed name to Société Générale - Splitska banka d.d.

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