We are a specialist provider of risk finance to benefit small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) across Europe. We are part of the EIB Group; our shareholders are the European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Commission and a wide range of public and private banks and financial institutions.
We carry out our activities using either our own resources or those provided by the European Investment Bank, the European Commission, by EU Member States or other third parties. By developing and offering targeted financial products to our intermediaries, such as banks, guarantee and leasing companies, micro-credit providers and private equity funds, we enhance SMEs access to finance.
United Partners Group is an investment company, active since 2003, offering to its corporate clients financial advisory, investment and asset management services.
Wellman is an investment company, always on the lookout for new opportunities. Wellman provides experience based insight into world of business for startups and wings for companies looking to expand their business globally.
Deloitte in Estonia is one of the leading professional services organizations in the country providing services in auditing, financial advisory, consulting, tax and enterprise risk services through over 40 national and specialized expatriate professionals. Our clients are well-known enterprises in banking, insurance, production, infrastructure, energy, real estate, service, wholesale and retail sector as well as public sector.
We are pleased to announce that our team will continue operations under the new business name – DERLING. We are the team thanks to whose efforts Tark Grunte Sutkiene grew into one of the leading law firms in Estonia during the last decade. From May 25, we are welcoming our guests in the new and modern office at Nordea House (13th floor), Liivalaia 45, Tallinn.
In DERLING, a number of lawyers with 20 years of experience assist clients in business transactions and dispute resolution. The core of the DERLING team is constituted by the internationally recognised lawyers: Hannes Vallikivi, Erki Kergandberg, Toomas Taube, Margo Lemetti, Piret Blankin, Rolan Jankelevitsh, Elmer Muna and Andres Siigur. There are altogether 18 lawyers in the firm’s Estonian team. Together with our partner firms we continue providing services in Latvia and Lithuania.
FORT is the first pan-Baltic new generation law office that provides advice in all business law issues.
Offices are located in Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius.
Nordea is the largest bank operating in the Baltic region, recognised by the international finance journal Global Finance as one of the TOP 50 safest banks in the world. We can also take pride in our high credit rating AA-.
Nordea works in three areas: retail banking, corporate and institutional banking, and asset management and life insurance. In the Nordic countries, the group has 11 million customers and 650 branch offices.
Nordea’s shares are listed on the Stockholm, Helsinki and Copenhagen stock exchanges.
The Estonian branch of Nordea, established in 1999, provides full range of banking services incl. project financing, financing MBOs, LBOs and arranging syndicated loans.
FinanceEstonia is a public-private financial sector cluster organisation with the aim of supporting Estonian economy by increasing member companies business opportunities through enhancing financial sector internationalisation, supporting innovation and increasing capital availability. FinanceEstonia works with members and stakeholders to ensure an attractive and competitive environment, especially for human and financial capital.
Invest Europe – formerly the EVCA - is the association representing Europe’s private equity, venture capital and infrastructure sectors, as well as their investors.
Our members take a long-term approach to investing in privately held companies, from start-ups to established firms. They inject not only capital but dynamism, innovation and expertise. This commitment helps deliver strong and sustainable growth, resulting in healthy returns for Europe’s leading pension funds and insurers, to the benefit of the millions of European citizens who depend on them.
Invest Europe aims to make a constructive contribution to policy affecting private capital investment in Europe. We provide information to the public on our members’ role in the economy. Our research provides the most authoritative source of data on trends and developments in our industry.
Invest Europe is the guardian of the industry’s professional standards, demanding accountability, good governance and transparency from our members.
Invest Europe is a non-profit organisation with 25 employees in Brussels, Belgium.