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Latvijas Biznesa banka

Latvijas Biznesa banka logoLatvijas Biznesa banka provides it's clients, both private and corporate with an array of unique solutions and products. The majority of 99.87% of Latvijas Biznesa banka shares are owned by Russian banking industry leader – Bank of Moscow.

Bank has a daughter company in Estonia - 89.28% of Eesti Krediidipank share capital are owned by Latvijas Biznesa banka. Eesti Krediidipank is a stable financial institution that services its clients all over Estonia.

Our corporate clients receive a remarkable volume of service, with straight-through transaction processing, custody services and personal account manager on top of that – a person that will take care of whatever your business will require: documentary operations and project financing. A unique and robust product mix, offered by the bank, includes a complete support for it's clients activities both in Baltics and on the territory of Russia / CIS countries.
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Headquarter Riga, Latvia
Head Office 3 Antonijas str., Riga, LV-1010
Phone + 371 6777 58 88
Official Site www.lbb.lv Website
SWIFT Code MOSBLV2X
Founded 1992
ID: 843. Updated: 02.09.2010
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