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E-notifications. You can view, print or save any of your statements and notifications. Only you can access your e-notifications by using your personal password. You can check your notifications anytime, anywhere.

E-NOTIFICATIONS

Good for you,
good for the environment.


 

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SAFE ACCESS


Only you can access your e-notifications by using your personal password. 
You will receive e-notifications by your email.
 

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EASY TO USE 24/7


You can check your notifications anytime, anywhere. 
No monthly fee.
 

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VIEW NOTIFICATIONS FROM LAST 24 MONTHS 


All e-notifications from the last 2 years available in one place. 
You can save them to your device
 
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Our bank is an economically efficient, environmentally conscious and technologically advanced bank. This is why we give our clients the chance to opt for. Let us work together to save trees, energy and water.

 

QUICK AND EASY ACCESS TO BANK STATEMENTS AND NOTIFICATIONS 


Follow the link sent to your email to enter the e-Notifications portal and see all notifications and statements for:

 

  PERSONAL ACCOUNT
  PAYMENT CARDS 
  LOANS
  SAVINGS
  MUTUAL FUNDS
  OTHER (.....)


 
 

IT'S SO EASY! 


View online demo on how easy it is to use e-statements.

 
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HELP US TAKE CARE OF THE ENVIRONMENT


Every client who decides to switch to e-notifications will help reduce paper consumption and contribute to reducing the negative impact excessive paper consumption has on our environment.  And that is not all – the Bank will donate 10 cents for each client who switches to e-notifications. The funds collected will be used to purchase trees that the Bank will plant at select locations across Slovenia in 2019.


 
 
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DID YOU KNOW?

 

It takes 24 trees and 86,500 liters of water to produce a single ton of conventional paper. At the same time, 2540 kg of greenhouse gases (CO2) are released into the air and the process consumes as much as 9671 kWh of electricity. This energy could power an average Slovene household for more than two years.


 

 
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