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FondiaAcademy - How to Invest in Estonia, Sweden and Lithuania?
Investors and companies are looking for new targets from our neighboring countries. The living ecosystems of interesting early stage companies in Baltics and Sweden are lucrative and the apparent similarity of the legislation and markets can end up doing tricks if you're not aware of the differences in the market practices and legislation.
During this morning seminar our experts from Fondia's M&A and financing teams in Nordics and Baltics, together with Invest Lithuania's advisor are answering for example following questions:
Are there any restrictions on foreign investment in Sweden or Estonia?
What are the most common types of transactions in Sweden and Estonia?
What are the most common aqcuisition structures adopted for transactions in Sweden and Estonia?
What are the major issues impacting the timetable for transactions in Sweden and Estonia?
What should you consider when you invest in Lithuania? What gives Lithuania the edge in the market?
Head of Fondia Baltic
Fondia Baltic Oü
Gabriella da Silva Rondahl
Senior Legal Counsel
Fondia Legal Services AB
Ms. Liesyte is an Investment Advisor at Invest Lithuania, a Lithuanian government agency under the Ministry of Economy and Innovation, that provides free advice and introduction to on the ground experts for global companies interested in doing business in Lithuania.
Prior to joining Invest Lithuania, Dalia was working as an EU structural funds coordinator at the Ministry of Finance of Lithuania (EU Investment Department).