Holm Bank concluded a cooperation agreement with the leading European deposit marketplace Raisin and begun offering fixed-term deposits to German and Austrian clients. According to Rauno Klettenberg, the CEO of Holm Bank, the bank wanted to make taking deposits more flexible and reduce its dependence on the Estonian market. ‘At the moment, we have sufficient...
Rauno Klettenberg, the new head of Holm Bank, said in an interview with Lääne Elu that the immediate goal is to grow the corporate loan portfolio and provide high-quality services to existing clients. Rauno Klettenberg, you have been the head of Holm Bank for a month. Why were you hired? Because of my previous banking experience –...
Rauno Klettenberg appointed manager of Holm Bank Rauno Klettenberg, a Member of the Management Board of FinanceEstonia, who previously served as the Head of Transaction Advisory Services at Ernst & Young Baltic AS Estonia will assume the position of Chairman of the Management Board of Holm Bank in July.   ‘I have occupied a number...
Investment has become a new buzzword. Using deposits to invest money, however, has become less popular and there are several prejudices related to this. In reality, fixed-term deposits are a risk-free method for saving money for a certain purpose and to prevent spending the savings before the specified time, while the money being saved is...
As of May, Holm Bank is offering deposits with the best interest rates in Estonia, allowing customers to safely deposit money for a period of three months up to five years. The interest rate for a term deposit for private persons is 2.5 per cent per year, which exceeds the offers of all other banks.
The new local bank Holm today unveiled its visual branding and design concept and its initial client offers. It will pay interest of 2.5% a year on private deposits, and will start to issue business loans to companies.