1904 - Savings bank Prva Zetska Stedionica is set up in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro.
1906 - Prva Zetska Stedionica renames to Podgoricka Banka.
June 25, 2001 - State-owned Podgoricka Banka transforms into joint stock company Podgoricka Banka A.D. The Central Bank of Montenegro granted a universal banking licence to Podgoricka Banka on November 21, 2001.
Mar 1, 2002 - Podgoricka Banka lists its shares on the New Stock Exchange of Montenegro (NEX).
July 7, 2004 - The bank starts trading on the Montenegro Stock Exchange.
Apr 15, 2005 - The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the World bank's private investment arm, completes the acquisition of 10% in Podgoricka Banka for EUR 3.0 mln by swapping it for 80% of Montenegro's debt. IFC also committed to grant some EUR 5.0 mln to the bank to stimulate its lending activities.
June 2005 - The Government of Montenegro puts up for sale its 64.25% stake in Podgoricka Banka, together with the 10% stake of IFC and 9.07% owned by state-controlled Montenegrin companies.
Oct 25, 2005 - French bank Societe Generale SA acquires 64.44% in Podgoricka Banka for EUR 14.2 mln and a pledge to allocate further EUR 40 mln for restructuring the bank. The bank renames to Podgoricka Banka Societe Generale Group A.D.
November 2005 - Societe Generale purchases another 10% in Podgoricka Banka through NEX for EUR 2.2 mln.
May 25, 2012 - The bank changes its name to Societe Generale Banka Montenegro A.D.
May 2019 - Montenegro's Central Bank approves the acquisition of Societe Generale Banka Montenegro A.D. by Crnogorska Komercijalna Banka A.D.
Last updated on May 29, 2019.