Sava Re d.d. has acquired KBM Infond, Ltd.
Sava Re d.d. has acquired KBM Infond Ltd. Financial details have not been disclosed.
Sava Re is a dynamic Slovenian international insurance group present in more than 100 insurance and reinsurance markets all across the globe. The company’s key advantages include 40 years of experience, international reputation, good performance and reliability. Sava Re provides reinsurance services to over 200 partners worldwide. In the insurance field, Sava Re owns several insurance and non-insurance companies, which makes it one of the bigger insurance groups in Southeast Europe.
KBM Infond is a stable fund management company managing a wide range of funds. The firm has all the professional standards of practice, conditions, infrastructure and managerial skills necessary for a successful asset management.
Based in Maribor, Nova KBM (NBKM) is a universal bank with the longest, more than 150-year tradition of banking in Slovenia. Under the ownership of the international financial fund Apollo Global Management and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), NKBM is realizing its vision to become the best bank in Slovenia.
Oaklins' team in Slovenia advised the management of Sava Re in all phases of the transaction with financial buy-side services.
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