Bank of Lithuania
The Bank of Lithuania is the central bank of the Republic of Lithuania. Its principal objective is to maintain price stability. In seeking its principal objective, the Bank of Lithuania is independent from the Government of the Republic of Lithuania or other institutions of the state.
AB Ukio Bankas
The oldest private bank in Lithuania. The purpose of the Bank is to provide qualified classic and modern services to its clients, be their financial consultants and advisors of their business. The Bank's mission is to be an attentive personal financial consultant for every client, a businessman and a private person, not only in big towns but in the regions too. We apply our knowledge, experience, products and services to assist every client in realizing their ideas and goals. Being part of our community we are committed to contribute to the economic prosperity we are all working at.
Mission To stimulate the development of small and medium businesses in the country, to finance municipality and regional projects, to provide qualified and complex services to individual customers.
Hermis Capital (HC) is a private equity group, specializing in leveraged buy-outs and development of real estate projects. Mission To remain a professional team which, through innovative ideas and creative solutions, is looking to utilize new business opportunities.
Today SNORAS possesses the country's most extensive and advanced network that provides the base for rendering efficient retail banking services. Bank has the forth position among Lithuanian financial institutions and is one of the fastest developing banks in Central and Eastern Europe.
Lithuanian Savings Bank - Lietuvos Taupomasis Bankas
Lithuanian Savings Bank - Lietuvos Taupomasis Bankas is one of the pioneer banks in lithonia.
The banking licence for LITIMPEKS bank has been withdrawn on 13 September 1999 and the bankruptcy procedure was started.
Turto Bankas was established to reconstruct, manage and sell non-performing loans, redeemed from commercial banks, identified by the Government. Loans and assets are to be managed and sold in a manner allowing the losses of the Government and simultaneously of all the citizens of Lithuania due to bank crisis to be maximally reduced. More about Turto Bankas »
Mission Our mission is to be an attentive personal financial consultant for every client, a businessman and a private person, not only in big towns but in the regions too. We apply our knowledge, experience, products and services to assist every client in realizing their ideas and goals. Being part of our community we are committed to contribute to the economic prosperity we are all working at.
Vilniaus Bankas - Bank of Vilnius
The Member of the leading Northern European financial group SEB Group, SEB Bank is the major Lithuanian commercial bank, offering a full range banking services to private individuals, corporate customers and financial institutions. SEB Bank is the local market leader in terms of key banking services, and provides these services to more than a million customers in Lithuania. The Bank Group in Lithuania consists of stock company SEB Bank and 72 customer service outlets all over Lithuania as well as five subsidiary companies: SEB Gyvyb?s Draudimas (SEB Life Insurance), SEB Investicij? Valdymas (SEB Investment Management), SEB Lizingas (SEB Leasing), SEB Venture Capital and SEB Enskilda.
Bank DnB NORD offers a comprehensive range of financial products and services to households as well as businesses. The headquarters of DnB NORD is situated in Copenhagen.
The history of the Hansabank Group dates back to 1 July 1991 when Hansapank started operating as a branch of Tartu Kommertspank (Tartu Commercial Bank). Officially Hansapank launched independent operations on 10 January 1992.
Nordea has more than 1,100 branches and is present in 19 countries around the world, operating through full service branches, subsidiaries and representative offices.