13 September 2005
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development granted a syndicated loan of EUR 12 million to Šiaulių Bankas.
31 August 2005
The amended Statute of AB Šiaulių bankas with an increased authorized capital was registered in the Register of Legal Entities of the Republic of Lithuania. The bank's authorized capital increased from LTL 56 million to LTL 74.72 million.
4 August 2005
Šiaulių bankas introduced chip Visa payment cards.
18 July 2005
Šiaulių bankas distributed the issue of bonds of LTL 20 million of nominal value for the period of 366 days.
A new customer service branch was opened in Kėdainiai marking the opening of the 44th Šiaulių bankas outlet in the 26thLithuanian town.
21 June 2005
AB Šiaulių bankas and Nordic Investment Bank signed an agreement on EUR 2 million credit line for financing small and medium-sized business.
3 June 2005
The bank signed an agreement on the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (ERBD) investment to AB Šiaulių bankas capital providing for the acquisition of 16.1 percent of the bank's shares by ERPB. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development became the major shareholder of AB Šiaulių bankas.
27 April 2005
AB Šiaulių bankas and the Council of Europe Development Bank signed an agreement on EUR 2.5 million credit line for financing small and medium-sized business.
The international banking publication The Banker provided a high AB Šiaulių bankas rating by announcing a list of 50 fastest growing banks in the Central and Eastern Europe. Šiaulių bankas is ranked 19th in the list, i e., the highest among Baltic States banks mentioned in the list.