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Some banks active in Slovakia

Universal banksBKS Bank AG, www.bksbank.skCitibank, www.citibank.comČeskoslovenská Obchodná Banka (ČSOB), www.csob.skCommerzbank,www.commerzbank.skPrima Banka, www.primabanka.skING Bank, www.ingbank.skOberbank, www.oberbank.skOTP Banka Slovensko, www.otpbank.skPoštová Banka, www.pabk.skSaxo Bank, sk.saxobank.comSlovenská Sporiteľňa, www.slsp.skTatra Banka, www.tatrabanka.skUniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia, www.unicreditbank.skSberbank Slovensko, www.sberbank.skVÚB Banka, www.vub.sk

Universal banks


BKS Bank AG, www.bksbank.sk
Citibank, www.citibank.com
Československá Obchodná Banka (ČSOB), www.csob.sk
Commerzbank,www.commerzbank.sk
Prima Banka, www.primabanka.sk
ING Bank, www.ingbank.sk
Oberbank, www.oberbank.sk
OTP Banka Slovensko, www.otpbank.sk
Poštová Banka, www.pabk.sk
Saxo Bank, sk.saxobank.com
Slovenská Sporiteľňa, www.slsp.sk
Tatra Banka, www.tatrabanka.sk
UniCredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia, www.unicreditbank.sk
Sberbank Slovensko, www.sberbank.sk
VÚB Banka, www.vub.sk

Direct banks


mBank, www.mbank.sk
Zuno, www.zuno.sk

Private banks


J&T Banka, www.jtbanka.sk
Slovak Representative Office, Banque Privée Edmond de Rothschild Europe, www.groupedr.sk
Privatbanka, www.privatbanka.sk

Housing savings banks


Three banks, called housing construction savings banks, specialise in loans for the purchase and reconstruction of housing in Slovakia:
ČSOB Stavebná Sporiteľňa, www.csob.sk
Prvá Stavebná Sporiteľňa, www.pss.sk
Wüstenrot Stavebná Sporiteľňa, www.wustenrot.sk

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