The Slovenian branch of Unicredit bank posted a pre-tax profit of EUR 6.7m for the first half of the year, down 30.2% over the year before, despite increasing total assets 3.3% on the back of strong crediting and deposit growth.
Loans grew 5.2% year-on-year and deposits by 20.1%, Unicredit banka Slovenije d.d. said in a press release.
But revenue was down 2.1% to EUR 41.3m, due to falling interest revenue as well as a EUR 400,000 charge it
took under the act that taxes the total assets of banks