Estonian Banks

Estonian Banks

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Credit Institutions in Estonia

  • Eesti Krediidipank
  • Swedbank
  • SEB Pank
  • Tallinna Äripank
  • LHV Pank

Branches of Foreign Credit Institutions

  • Citadele banka Eesti filiaal
  • AB Bankas Snoras Eesti filiaal
  • UniCredit Bank Eesti filiaal
  • Allied Irish Banks,p.l.c. Eesti filiaal
  • DnB NORD A/S Eesti filiaal
  • Nordea Bank Finland PLC Eesti filiaal
  • Scania Finans AB Eesti filiaal
  • Danske Bank A/S Eesti filiaal
  • Svenska Handelsbanken AB Eesti filiaal

Estonian financial services market experienced a small growth in the first half of 2011. In comparison with 2010, the total deposit volume grew by 2.3%, including the volume of demand and overnight deposits that grew by 12.1%. The volume of term and savings deposits dropped by 8.0%. The total volume of customers’ deposits reached the level of 10.6 billion EUR at the end of June 2011. The total volume of banks’ loan portfolios fell by 5.2% in comparison with June 2010. The total loan portfolio volume of banks was 14.46 billion EUR at the end of June 2011. Also the investment area experienced a small growth. Still, the volume of unit-linked life insurance dropped dramatically: the premium volume of unit-linked life insurance contracts decreased by 31% in comparison with the previous period. At the same time, the total asset volume of funds registered in Estonia (including pension funds) increased by 7%, amounting to 1.8 billion EUR. Investments made into foreign funds grew by 17%, amounting to 0.9 billion EUR. The total volume of individual portfolios grew by 2%, amounting to 1.3 billion EUR. In general, the volume of assets invested into savings-orientated financial services – including unit-linked life insurance products, investment funds, pension funds, individual portfolios, term and savings deposits and investment deposits – increased in comparison with June 2010 and amounted to 8,836 billion EUR (8,500 billion EUR at the end of June 2010). The volume of life insurance premiums (excluding unit-linked life insurance) grew by 5% in comparison with the first half of 2010. Nevertheless, the 31% drop in the volume of unit-linked life insurance brought along the ultimate decrease of 14% in the life insurance sector as a whole. As far as non-life insurance business is concerned, the volume of insurance premiums fell by 3% in comparison with June 2011.

From the Estonian Financial Supervisory Authority

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