Grecinieku 6, Riga, LV- 1050, Latvia
Phone: + 371 6 7000 444
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On Saturday, 18 May 2013 Baltic International Bank organised one of the events of its 20th anniversary – a meeting of journalists with Prof. Ian Goldin - Professor at the University of Oxford and the Director of the Oxford Research School, also known as the Oxford Martin School, advisor for the World Economic Forum in Davos, former Vice President of the World Bank, EBRD economist, advisor to President Nelson Mandela and the author of numerous books and publications.
On 15 May 2013, the Atlantic Council organized a Roundtable Conference “Kyrgyzstan since 2010: Progress, Problems and Opportunities” financially co-sponsored by Baltic International Bank.
In April 2013, Bank strengthened its financial condition through increasing subordinated debt by LVL 2.44 million, which positively affected Bank’s key performance indicators (KPIs).
Baltic International Bank celebrated its twentieth anniversary with a First Day cancellation of the exclusive postage stamp issued specially on May 3, the Bank’s birthday. The ceremony for the First day cancellation was carried out by Vilory Belokon, the Bank shareholder, and Ilona Gulchak, Chairperson of the Board.
On 3 May 1993 Baltic International Bank was registered in the Register of Enterprises of the Republic of Latvia, and today it celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013, Bank’s Shareholder and the Chairperson of the Council Valeri Belokon attended the Atlantic Council’s annual Distinguished Leadership Awards Dinner in Washington, DC.
Baltic International Bank Chairperson of the Board Ilona Gulchak Anniversary Speech
The new exhibition “Riga at the Crossroads of 18th Century Europe” opened at the Riga History and Navigation Museum on 24 April, with the financial support of Baltic International Bank. The museum had been lacking exhibits of this particularly period - when Riga was conquered by Russia after the Great Northern War in 1710 and became one of the major cities in the empire.
Due to 1 and 4 May holidays in Latvia, Baltic International Bank’s work schedule is changed.