AB Siauliu Bankas

About AB Siauliu Bankas

Siauliu Bankas AB, through its subsidiaries, provides commercial banking products and services to private and corporate customers in the Republic of Lithuania. The company operates through four segments: Traditional Banking Operations and Lending; Treasury; and Other Activities. It offers various deposits; debit and credit cards; consumer, real estate, agricultural, secured, mortgage, multi-apartment house renovation, and short- and long-term loans, as well as credits for farmers and credits with structural instruments; and savings and investment products. The company also provides payment, cash operations, trade finance, car leasing, factoring, e-banking, foreign exchange, currency risk management, money transfer, documentary settlement, currency exchange, life insurance, real estate management, investment management, liquidity portfolio, and other services; securities investment, management, and trading services; and internet, mobile, and SMS banking services. As of December 31, 2021, it had 56 customer service outlets. The company was incorporated in 1992 and is headquartered in Šiauliai, the Republic of Lithuania.

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SAB1L.VS Lithuania

0.544USD0.011 (+2.02%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

Vilnius exchange

Sector: Financial Services

Industry: Banks—Regional

Location Lithuania, Šiauliai

Grade: ADA

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