The debt repayment program was based on a bank restructuring system that introduced solvency measures into the banking market. As a result, a total of ten state-owned banks lost their business licenses and were subsequently closed. Those are: Slavija banka, Privredna banka Novi Sad, Valjevska banka, JIK banka, Pozarevacka banka, Sabacka banka, Beogradska banka, Beobanka, Jugobanka, and Investbanka. Later, two more banks were added to this list - Dafiment banka and Banka privatne privrede Crne Gore. Payments to depositors from all these banks were transferred to the newly formed National Savings Bank (more details in Section 3). Two other banks (Jubanka . and Kosovska banka .) that survived the.