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22.10.2018|Government Office

Estonian Government Commission Proposes New Measures on Fighting Money Laundering

The Estonian Government Anti-Money Laundering Commission discussed this week new proposals on how to further strengthen the prevention of money laundering. The Head of the Commission, Finance Minister Toomas Tõniste said that one initiative that they are proceeding with is a draft law on reversing...
16.10.2018|Ministry of Finance

Digital transformation to e-procurement

The new public procurement register for Estonia will start work on October 22nd. The register supports the complete transition to a fully digital procurement process. “Estonia is at the forefront of e-procurements in the EU. More than 90 percent of all tenders are currently carried out in the...
28.09.2018|Ministry of Finance

Estonian capital markets’ report highlights room for further improvement

The Ministry of Finance of Republic of Estonia (MoF) acknowledged the key recommendations of the local capital markets diagnostic. The project was funded by the European Union via the Structural Reform Support Programme and implemented by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD...
06.07.2018|Ministry of Finance

EBRD to invest €20 million in Baltic infrastructure

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) commits to invest €20 million into the BaltCap Infrastructure Fund (BInF). The President of EBRD, Sir Suma Chakrabarti signed the agreement today during a signature ceremony held at the Ministry of Finance of Estonia in Tallinn. With...
06.06.2018|Ministry of Finance

Estonia has been a good investment for the European Union, says Finance Minister Tõniste

Cohesion policy has helped develop in Estonia and Estonia has been a good investment for the European Union, said Toomas Tõniste, Estonian Minister of Finance, Toomas Tõniste at the opening of a seminar dedicated to the future of EU cohesion policy funding in Tallinn. “EU cohesion policy has been...
04.04.2018|Ministry of Finance

E-public procurement is continuing its triumph

Brief summary of the public procurement statistics of 2017 drawn up by the Ministry of Finance reveals that last year, a total of 10,375 public procurements were carried out, and according to the preliminary estimate, the total cost of procurements initiated last year is a little over 2 billion...
06.03.2018|Ministry of Finance

Shared views and values on the architecture of the EMU

Finance ministers from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands and Sweden underline their shared views and values in the discussion on the architecture of the EMU.  Read more here.   
02.03.2018|Ministry of Finance

Estonian capital market diagnostic project launched

This week the Ministry of Finance of Republic of Estonia (MoF) launched the Estonian capital market diagnostic project. The initiative is supported by the Structural Reform Supportive Service (SRSS) of the European Commission and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The...
26.01.2018|Ministry of Finance

Tõniste: the Economic and Monetary Union could be deepened in banking

Agreements in the banking sector would make the European Economic and Monetary Union stronger, said Estonia’s Minister of Finance Toomas Tõniste after the meeting of European Union finance ministers at the Ecofin Council of the European Union.  “If we want to strengthen the European...
06.11.2017|Ministry of Finance

Baltic states to create a pan-Baltic capital market

Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have agreed to create a pan-Baltic capital market to strengthen their economies and stimulate investment to create jobs with support of the European Commission (EC) and the EBRD. The Ministers of Finance – Toomas Tõniste for Estonia, Dana Reizniece-Ozola for Latvia...

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