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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Sunday, 08.12.2019, 16:23

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A Representative of Rietumu Bank – about trends in the Latvian art market

A Representative of Rietumu Bank – about trends in the Latvian art market

06.12.2019

The Artterritory.com portal specialising in cultural topics has published an article on trends in the Latvian art market, in which owners of leading galleries, auction houses, art historians, and owners of art collections comment on the situation.

Keyword tags: Banks, Culture, Direct Speech, Financial Services, Latvia



Baltic International Bank considers the fine of FCMC as disproportionate, plans to appeal

Baltic International Bank considers the fine of FCMC as disproportionate, plans to appeal

06.12.2019

Baltic International Bank (Bank) on a continuous basis is working together with the Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) on the strengthening of the Bank’s internal control system (ICS) due to the constantly changing and raising requirements in the banking supervision process. Aim is to achieve accurate and clear requirements towards the Bank, it’s rights and responsibilities without allowing any interpretation. Already in 2016 Bank changed it’s business model and actively implements new business strategy – with the purpose of becoming a strong investments Bank in the Baltic region.

Finland's budget proposal means steeper EU funding cuts for Lithuania

Finland's budget proposal means steeper EU funding cuts for Lithuania

05.12.2019

A long-term budget proposal by Finland, which holds the EU's rotating presidency, may significantly reduce support for Lithuania and is even more unfavorable than the previous plan from the European Commission, according to the Delfi.lt online news site reported LETA/BNS.


EIT scales up support for innovators across Europe in 2020

EIT scales up support for innovators across Europe in 2020

04.12.2019

In 2020, the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) will invest EUR 500 mln in its Knowledge and Innovation Communities across Europe – the EIT Governing Board decided. This investment will drive European innovation in the areas of climate (EIT Climate-KIC), digitisation (EIT Digital), food (EIT Food), health (EIT Health), sustainable energy (EIT InnoEnergy), advanced and sustainable materials (EIT RawMaterials), manufacturing (EIT Manufacturing) and urban mobility (EIT Urban Mobility).

Likelihood of Latvia's inclusion in "grey list" uncomfortably high - Kazaks

Likelihood of Latvia's inclusion in "grey list" uncomfortably high - Kazaks

04.12.2019

The likelihood of Latvia being included in the "grey list" of the Council of Europe Committee for the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Moneyval) is uncomfortably high, Martins Kazaks, a member of the Bank of Latvia Council and candidate for Bank of Latvia governor, said today in an interview with Delfi.tv referred LETA.


04.12.2019

ESO, Ignitis Gamyba set to delist from Vilnius stock exchange

Lithuania's state-owned energy group Ignitis Group is set to delist its subsidiaries, Ignitis Gamyba and Energijos Skirstymo Operatorius (ESO), from the Nasdaq Vilnius Stock Exchange.

04.12.2019

Vice-mayor Kleins instructs Rigas Satiksme lawyers to assess possibility to terminate contract with Rigas Karte

Riga vice-mayor Druvis Kleins has instructed Rigas Satiksme municipal transport company's lawyers to assess the possibility to quickly terminate the contract with Rigas Karte electronic ticketing system provider, Kleins told LETA.

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