Siauliu Bankas AB

Siauliu Bankas AB

  • Price (EUR)0.629
  • Today's Change0.002 / 0.32%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change-17.24%
  • Beta--
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About the company

Siauliu bankas AB is a Lithuania-based company engaged in the provision of commercial banking and financial services to private and corporate clients. It offers such services as provision of bank accounts, offering the debit and credit cards and safety deposit boxes, cash and non-cash money transfers, operations with securities, currency exchange, lending and investment services, Internet banking, financial brokerage and real estate development. It also issues monetary warranties, guarantees and other warranty liabilities, as well as performs operations with payable documents, such as checks and others. The Bank has several branches, numerous client service units and subsidiaries.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)108.46m
  • Net income in EUR58.18m
  • Incorporated1992
  • Employees910.00
  • Location
    Siauliu Bankas ABTilzes g. 149SIAULIAI 76348LithuaniaLTU
  • Phone+370 37301337
  • Fax+370 41430774
  • Websitehttps://sb.lt/
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