Companies’ payment behavior does not yet demonstrate that the crisis has been overcome 03.06.2021
Comparing the consequences of the pandemic, one can note that compared to the previous crisis, the safety margin of Estonian enterprises has become larger, and the recovery is faster. On the other hand, the market statistics of exporting companies show increased compensation for loan-related losses and the pressure to prolong payment terms.
37 apartment associations across Estonia apply for the innovative factory reconstruction grant 12.05.2021
A total of 37 apartment associations from several parts of Estonia submitted an application to KredEx for the innovative and more efficient reconstruction of an up to five-storey apartment building built on the basis of a standardised design. With factory reconstruction, factory-made wall and roof panels, already fitted with insulation, windows and ventilation pipes, will be installed on the apartment building. In total, KredEx will allocate nearly EUR 17 million for the new type of reconstruction.
Signe Rähesoo appointed CEO of AS KredEx Krediidikindlustus 13.04.2021
The Supervisory Board of AS KredEx Krediidikindlustus has appointed Signe Rähesoo, who has long-term experience in the financial sector, as the Chairman of the Management Board of the company; she took office on Monday.
Low-income families raising three or more children will soon be able to apply for home support 31.03.2021
On 12 April, KredEx will begin accepting home support applications intended for low income families raising three or more children. In excess of EUR 3 million will be contributed this year in order to improve the living conditions of families raising three or more children. Applications can be submitted until 31 May.
KredEx to resume offering extraordinary guarantees and working capital loans 30.03.2021
KredEx is launching crisis measures under new conditions to help companies overcome temporary difficulties caused by the continuation of the pandemic. The total volume of the measures is 180 million euros. Based on the Government’s decision, KredEx can enter into loan and guarantee agreements on new terms until the end of June.
New deep tech fund to be created in Estonia 22.03.2021
National venture capital fund manager SmartCap has opened a call to select a fund manager for establishing and managing a deep tech investment fund, which will start making investments into Estonian deep tech companies.
22.10.2020SmartCap will increase the State’s investment in the upcoming High-tech Enterprises Fund to EUR 15 million
19.03.2020KredEx to begin offering a comprehensive response to help companies facing difficulties due to the coronavirus
25.11.2019Home grant awarded to 337 large families
31.07.2019The Startup Visa success story continues