LJUBLJANA, March 3 Slovenia's largest bank, Nova
Ljubljanska Banka (NLB), expects to break even in 2014, a senior
management official said on Monday, following a group net loss
of 1.44 billion euros last year.
"We aim for more ... but realistically speaking we are
looking at a black zero," Archibald Kremser, a member of the
NLB's management group, told a news conference in English.
The bank, bailed out by the Slovenian government late last
year, said it would close 22 of 143 retail units in Slovenia on
April 1 in order to cut costs.
(Reporting by Marja Novak; Writing by Matt Robinson; Editing by