Coop Pank wants to grow with Estonian companies

Arko Kurtmann, Coop’s commercial banking manager Photo: Andres Raudjalg

On one windy and sunny Friday in April, the entire Commercial Banking department of Coop Pank could be found planting a forest near Varbola. After a short lecture by the foresters, the bankers started planting small spruces in pairs. During the campaigns, we also talked to the bankers.

Why is Coop Bank doing this?

What is the main challenge for Estonian gazelle companies today?

Banks ask loan applicants for a forecast, but who can predict anything in today’s economy? After all, banks value stability, and we have nowhere to take it.

What advice can be given to companies whose economic performance has deteriorated as a result of the crisis?

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