Slovenska odškodninska družba, d.d., Ljubljana, was established pursuant to the Slovene Compensation Fund Act. It is a financial organization for settling obligations to beneficiaries according to the Denationalization Act, the Act and other regulations regulating the denationalization of assets. It subsequently extended its activities to the settlement of obligations according to the Act Regulating the Issuing of Bonds in Compensation for Confiscated Property pursuant to the Abrogation of the Penalty of Confiscation of Property, the Payment of Compensation to the Victims of War and Postwar Aggression Act and the Return of Investments in the Public Telecommunications Network Act.
Upon adopting the Public Funds Act, the name of Slovenski odškodninski sklad, d.d., was changed to Slovenska odškodninska družba, d.d.
Slovenska odškodninska družba, d.d., (hereinafter: the company) was set up as a public limited company, whose sole founder and shareholder is the Republic of Slovenia. The company’s headquarters are located in Ljubljana, at Mala ulica 5.
About the company:
The Articles of Association of Slovenska odškodninska družba, d.d.
The company’s bodies and their jurisdiction are defined by the Slovene Compensation Fund Act (ZSOS) and the Articles of Association regulating the internal organizational units of the company. The business processes are functionally divided into departments and services.
The company’s management is represented by:
Heads of the departments or services are:
Members of the Supervisory Board :