Banche Estonia

Banche Estonia

L Estonia è un paese nella regione baltica del nord Europa. Il territorio dell Estonia è costituito da una regione sul continente e da 2222 isole nel Mar Baltico, che copre 45.339 km2 di terra e acqua, ed è influenzato da un clima continentale umido. Gli estoni etnici sono un popolo finlandese che condivide legami culturali stretti con il loro vicino settentrionale, la Finlandia.

L Estonia è profondamente integrata dal punto di vista economico con i suoi vicini settentrionali, Svezia e Finlandia. In quanto membro dell Unione europea, l Estonia è considerata un economia ad alto reddito dalla Banca mondiale. Il PIL pro capite del paese è stato di $ 29.312 nel 2016 secondo il Fondo Monetario Internazionale. A causa della sua rapida crescita, l Estonia è stata spesso descritta come una tigre del Baltico accanto a Lituania e Lettonia. A partire dal 1 ° gennaio 2011, l Estonia ha adottato l euro ed è diventato il diciassettesimo stato membro dell eurozona.

The Estonian Central Bank, Eesti Pank, has assessed the risks to financial stability in Estonia as low. Furthermore, the parent banks of those operating in Estonia have borrowed funds on better terms than other big banks in Europe and for example the Swedish financial authorities have strengthened the liquidity requirements, increasing the financial stability of its banks. The Estonian government’s transparent policies and strong links to Scandinavian banks make the financial system stable and reliable.The Estonian commercial banking sector is divided between the four biggest banks, all with foreign capital – Swedbank, SEB Bank, Nordea Bank Finland PLC Estonia Branch and Danske Bank Estonia Branch. In total there are seven registered banks and eleven branches of foreign credit institutions.It is relatively easy to open an account at a commercial bank, specific requirements vary but usually a personal ID and for companies, a copy of the business register entry card are required.Many banks also have special offers available for corporate clients, such as discounted or free bank transfers and payments within Estonia or the bank, debit cards with credit card properties at preferential rates, special insurance offers, mobile banking and additional features within the online banking system to name a few. Special packages are available for new businesses, which offer additional benefits.Both short- and long-term loans are also available for corporate clients. The interest rates are dependent on the personal contributions and depending on the bank, often also for example on the Euribor rates.Banks offer the possibility of holding funds in different currencies in the same account, which makes banking simple for both domestic and foreign businesses. As Estonia is a member of the Eurozone all Euro payments have been simplified from February 1st 2014. The Single Euro Payment Area (SEPA) means that in 34 countries national Euro credit transfers and direct debit schemes are replaced by SEPA instruments. This means that Euro payments across Europe are quick, safe and easy.

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