The Statistics Office (SURS) will release GDP figures for the final quarter of 2014 and the whole year and inflation figures for February; SURS HQ, Litostrojska 54, 10:30 AM.
Slovenia's largest bank, NLB, will present unaudited business results for 2014 at a press conference, featuring CEO Janko Medja and chief supervisor Gorazd Podbevšek; NLB HQ, Trg republike 2, 11 AM.
The supervisory board of NKBM, the country's second-largest bank, is expected to be in session to discuss the resignation of bank chairman Aleš Hauc and likely also earnings for 2014. A press statement is scheduled for 4 PM.
French Finance Minister Michel Sapin is due to meet senior Slovenian officials during a visit here. A press conference with Slovenian counterpart Dušan Mramor is scheduled for 2 PM; Vila Podrožnik, Cesta 27. aprila 59, 2 PM.
The college of deputy group leaders will be in session to set the agenda of the plenary of parliament scheduled to start on 2 March; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, noon.
The chancellors of Slovenia's state universities are to meet to discuss the blueprint for a new tertiary education bill release last week by the Education Ministry, University of Ljubljana, Kongresni trg 12, 1:30 PM.
Minister for Slovenians Living Abroad Gorazd Žmavc will pay a working visit to Germany as part of which he will meet representatives of Slovenian societies.
The retrial at which ex-treasurer of the archdiocese of Maribor Mirko Krašovec stands accused of solicitation to business fraud in the Betnava cas, will continue at the Celje District Court; Prešernova 22, 8:30 AM.
The coalition Pensioners' Party (DeSUS) will pay a working visit to Pomurje as part of which a panel will be held on a issues regarding pensions, privatisation and constitutional changes; Hotel Lipa, Tomšičeva ulica 2 a, 11 AM.
Primorsko Is Singing, a three-day festival of choirs mostly from the western region of Primorsko, will get under way; Dobrovo Castle, 8 PM.