Welcome to Slovenská sporiteľňa

Our bank has the longest tradition of a savings institution in Slovakia

  • we are the largest commercial bank in Slovakia
  • fully licensed for foreign exchange business
  • fully licensed for mortgage lending

About us

SLSP building

Slovenská sporiteľňa (SLSP) was established in 1825 as the first savings bank in Slovakia. Today, Slovenská sporiteľňa is the largest commercial bank in Slovakia servicing 2.3 million clients. For a long time it keeps its leadership in the area of total assets, credits, clients’ deposits, number of branches and ATMs (more than 780). It offers its complex services in around 300 branches and 17 commercial centres in Slovakia.

In 2001, Slovenská sporiteľňa became a member of Erste Group, which was founded 1819 as the first Austrian savings bank. Since 1997, it has developed into one of the largest financial services providers in the eastern part of EU, with approx. 46,500 employees serving around 15.8 million clients in more than 2,700 branches in 7 countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia).

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News

News, News Slovenská sporiteľňa achieved profit after tax in the amount of EUR 214.6 million in 2016, the volume of loans exceeded EUR 10 billion Read more
Feb 28, 2017
Štedrá pôžička
Announcement You can also bank between the holidays; remember to make important payments in advance Read more
Dec 15, 2016
Announcement, Business Slovenská sporiteľňa achieved profit after tax in the amount of EUR 172.1 million after the third quarter of 2016, the volume of loans reached the level of almost EUR 10 billion Read more
Nov 4, 2016
Finance The World's First Financial Life Park Opens at Erste Campus in Vienna Read more
Oct 28, 2016
Finance Slovenská sporiteľňa achieved profit after tax in the amount of EUR 134.6 million in the first half of 2016; the volume of loans grew by 10 % Read more
Aug 5, 2016
Finance Slovenská sporiteľňa achieved profit after tax in the amount of EUR 46.1 million in the first quarter of 2016. The volume of loans grew by EUR 1 billion y/y Read more
May 4, 2016