The Slovenian central bank said on Wednesday it had granted Serbia’s AIK bank renewed permission to take over Slovenia’s Gorenjska Banka.
AIK tried to acquire Gorenjska earlier this year, but Serbia’s central bank withdrew its permission for the takeover after discovering irregularities in AIK’s operations, with the Bank of Slovenia then doing the same.
In a statement prepared for Reuters, the Bank of Slovenia on Wednesday said that permission for AIK to take over Gorenjska had been granted by the European Central Bank.
AIK and Gorenjska were not immediately available for comment.
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