Published at: 2016-10-16 13:55 | Author: CIJ Slovakia
Infrastructure projects are highly attractive, says Vladimir Krno (Slovenska Sporiteľňa) but that makes deals highly competitive
How much are you lending on infrastructure projects in Slovakia? How does it compare to other important parts of your lending portfolio?

It has still a negligible weight on our portfolio.

How tight is competition for such loans? Do investors sometimes demand such low margins as to force the bank to refuse to conclude an agreement?

When we look at the segment of PPP projects/state sponsored deals, competition is very tight. For example, SLSP is not part of the D4/ R7 consortium primar...

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