Slovenian Regional Development Fund/ Slovenski Regionalno Razvojni Sklad

Škrabčev trg 9a
1310 Ribnica

Slovenia

+386 1 836 19 53
(01) 836-19-56
info@regionalnisklad.si
http://www.regionalnisklad.si

slika-zvipeljSlovenian Regional Development Fund with the current capital of over 97 MIO EUR acts as one of the key institutions of regional development policy in Slovenia since 1995. We aim for more sustainable achievement of long- term public goals in the development of regions, rural areas and protected areas. Our beneficiaries are SME’s, farmers, holdings, co-operatives, municipalities and non- profit organizations. As a primary form of incentive, the Fund grants loans with a favorable interest rate and a long maturity. Other forms are guarantees, subsidies, soft loans, capital investments and pre- financing. The Fund also plays an important role in European territorial cooperation as a Certifying Authority for cross- border projects: Slovenia- Austria, Slovenia- Hungary and Slovenia- Croatia.

Year of creation
individual entities or association
1995
Type of scheme
guarantee or counter-guarantee
Guarantee
Product typology
guarantee or counter-guarantee or co-guarantee
Guarantee
Ownership
i.e. fully mutual, funded by SMEs, banking associations, fully public, fully private, private-public, mixed models
Fully public
Shareholder structure
Private / Public (in %)
100% public
Legal form
of single guarantee entity or association: i.e. fund, development bank, development agency, cooperative or mutual societies, bank, foundation, association, limited company, etc.
Fund
Legal form
of members of an association: i.e. fund, development bank, development agency, cooperative or mutual societies, bank, foundation, association, limited company, etc.
Fund
Structure / Network
i.e. central scheme with regional offices, central scheme only, association network
Regional scheme
Geographic coverage
i.e. local, regional, national
National
Sectorial focus
i.e. agriculture, industry, crafts, retail, liberal professions, cooperatives, etc.
Industry
Size of businesses supported
i.e. large companies, SMEs, micro-enterprises, independent/self-employed
SMEs
Supervision statute
i.e. mono-product banking licenses, financial intermediary statute, non-supervised. For associations, please state statute of members
Financial intermediary statute, Guaranty scheme registered by Ministry of Finance
Profit / Non-profit oriented
dividends to public shareholders are not considered as profit orientation
Non-profit oriented
Do you benefit from a counter-guarantee at local, regional or national level?
Local level or Regional level or National level
No
Are you/your members financial intermediary for EU-programmes?
CIP/COSME or Structural funds or Progress or RSI/RSFF Horizon 2020
No
Types of guarantee products provided by your organisation/your membersLoan default guarantees, Working capital loan guarantees
Other SME support instruments offered by your organisation/your members
Subsidized loans or Mezzanine financing or Venture capital or Coaching or Mediation services
Subsidized loans
Is the activity subject to state aid regulation?Yes
Do you (your members) use..?
De minimis or GBER or Regional guidelines or Notification
De minimis, GBER, Regional guidelines and Notification
Do you (your members) dispose of an internal rating/scoring system?No
Do your guarantees provide deponderation (capital relief) for member banks subject to capital requirements (Basel agreement)?No
Do you (your members) benefit of a public counter-guarantee that allows deponderation (capital relief)?No