Tallinn exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Banks—Regional. Location Estonia, Tallinn.

AS LHV Group [LHV1T.TLEstonia

3.11USD0.01 (-0.32%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

98,150,195 USD
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About AS LHV Group

AS LHV Group, through its subsidiaries, provides various banking products and services to private and business clients in Estonia. It operates through Retail Banking, Corporate Banking, Asset Management, Hire Purchase, Financial Intermediaries, and Insurance segments. The company offers demand and fixed-term deposits; pension investment and securities accounts; cash pool, entrepreneur, non-resident, and child accounts; home and private, consumer, refinancing, car, home repair, furnishing, health and beauty, student, micro, working capital, investment, margin, and apartment association loans; and overdrafts, leasing, hire-purchase, guarantees, letters of credit, documentary collection, and factoring services, as well as financing the acquisition of a company. It also provides home, casco, motor third-party liability, equipment, dwelling, warranty, and travel insurance products. In addition, the company offers pension investment account, micro investment, securities and growth account, trading and brokerage services, and portfolio management services; private and business banking cards; payments and e-invoices; and investment advices, as well as mobile banking and ATM services. AS LHV Group was founded in 1999 and is based in Tallinn, Estonia.

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AS LHV Group
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