SKB, the Slovenian unit of French banking group Societe Generale, has expanded its private banking offering for wealth management clients with the support of Societe Generale Private Banking (SGPB).

The subsidiary will utilise SGPB’s expertise to offer clients access to additional high added-value services along with advice for wealth management, protection and transmission.

SKB’s collaboration with SGPB will offer clients access to a broader range of products, particularly wealth planning solutions and investment advisory services for domestic and foreign investments, Societe Generale said in a statement.

Clients of the Slovenian subsidiary will be served by dedicated staff based in a private banking centre in Ljubljana.

“Slovenia represents a further step in Societe Generale’s strategy to continue to develop partnerships between its private bank and its overseas retail banking network,” the French lender said.

As part of its strategy, Societe Generale started this move in 2010 with Komercni Banka in the Czech Republic, followed by Societe Generale’s Moroccan arm in 2013 and its Serbian arm in 2016.