The LEI (Legal Entity Identifier) is an international, 20-character, alphanumeric code based on ISO 17442, which is used to uniquely identify legally distinct entities that engage in transactions in Slovenia and in the rest of the world. The registration of an LEI serves as a business card encompassing information such as legal name, address, legal form, source of funds, business data and status codes.
More information in connection with the LEI can be found on the two links below:
On 20 January 2016, at the proposal of the Bank of Slovenia as a member of the committee, the Regulatory Oversight Committee endorsed the Central Securities Clearing Corporation (KDD) as a local operating unit for the assignment and maintenance of LEIs.
Information in connection with registration and the assignment of LEIs can be found on the KDD website: