About Holm

Holm Bank is a family bank that provides loans, accepts deposits, and takes a personal approach to communication. Our name is inspired by the name for small islands in Estonia’s western archipelago. We have been in operation in Haapsalu for 25 years and know that even small can become big.

We help make tomorrow’s planned purchases happen today and grow your assets safely, offering the best return possible. We operate efficiently and take an understanding attitude toward your needs, whether the financial weather is fair or foul. We’re professional in our activity but keep things warm and personal.

Holm – a new bank for Estonia.

Holm gives back to society

Uus Projekt

Holm supports the Pärnu Harmonica Festival – the largest and best-known music festival in the Nordic and Baltic countries, where the main instruments are the harmonica and its ‘younger brother’, the diatonic accordion.


Holm is happy to help make stars shine through the Pille Lill Musicians’ fund! Opera diva Pille Lill launched the fund in 2003 to support talented musicians and offer them possibilities for education and performance in Estonia and abroad.


Holm also supports Tartu’s energetic football club Welco. Established in 2008, the club enters five teams in the Estonian championship, and the top team has been promoted to Esiliiga, the second division of the Estonian football league system. Since 2015, Welco also trains young footballers.

We help our young promising athletes and musicians with financial and moral support and wish them success and fortitude!

Mon-Fri 8.00-18.00
Sat 10.00-15.00

Holm Bank AS
Posti 30, 90504 Haapsalu; Pärnu mnt. 158/1, 11317 Tallinn
Commercial Register code: 14080830
Date of decision granting activity licence: 02.04.19
Data protection official: andmekaitse@holmbank.ee

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