Head of the Money Laundering Data Bureau, Matis Mäeker. Photo: Liis Treimann
We have a lot of crypto-investors, so anything related to the topic provides a lot of talking points. The Estonian police, in cooperation with the FBI, arrested crypto businessmen from Ida-Viru, known as TOPs of Äripää, who are suspected of causing damage amounting to more than half a billion dollars. Recently, the media attention has been drawn to the depreciated Change, while the FTX crash is fueling passions in the wider world.
Will crypto collapse, what should be Estonia’s next steps in this complex field full of temptations; what is worth being careful and attentive to? The head of the Money Laundering Data Bureau, Matis Mäeker, will give an interview on these topics.
The development of Estonian companies is limited by a shortage of engineers. According to research, Estonian university graduates cover only one third of the need for future managers and specialists in the manufacturing industry. The search for solutions will begin this week at a conference hosted by Work in Estonia, a joint agency of EAS and KredEx. The manager of the enterprise, Anneli Aab, comes to the studio and tells more about the matter.
Estonian political parties shout out election slogans one after the other. Who instills confidence, who says that Estonia must be saved. Although sloganeering sounds bad, it seems that a successful slogan still contains a useful factor. Rivo Räime, head of the Not Perfect Creative Agency, will discuss how to evaluate the political slogans that have been used so far, what are the interesting examples from our political history and globally.
We also dedicate a few minutes to big football, more precisely what events have taken place at the World Cup in Qatar. Argentina, which was considered one of the favorites, was led by Lionel Messi, repeatedly chosen as the best soccer player in the world, and other superstars, and suffered a bitter defeat in the opening round. Former professional soccer player, Äripää digital marketing specialist Siim-Sten Palm will pass by the studio to give an overview of what experiences the World Cup final tournament has offered so far and what to expect next.
The morning program is hosted by presenter Neeme Korv and news editor Kristjan Kurg.
The program day continues with five programs:
10:00-11:00 “Content Marketing Show”. 80% of the population will live in the immediate vicinity of the railway in the next decade, according to the national plan “Estonia 2030+”. This, in turn, changes the structure of employment – specialists are needed in safety-related occupations, believes Raido Kivikangur, Technical Manager of Rail Baltic Estonia.
In the program, the questions will be answered whether life will arise around Rail Baltica, which will be completed by the end of the decade, how it will affect the construction sector and what role the railway project will play in employment. In addition, there is talk of construction procurements – why don’t Latvian and Lithuanian construction companies go to Estonian construction procurements and vice versa? What effect will the price increase have on the project? Raido Kivikangur, the technical manager of Rail Baltic Estonia, will give the answers, Tõnu Einasto will be the presenter.
11.00 – 12.00 “Trinit on the air”. We are talking about private individuals’ payment failures and problems related to the disclosure of debt data. Namely, the Data Protection Inspectorate has published a new guide on the disclosure of payment irregularities in order to protect more private data, but according to market participants, the guide causes confusion.
The situation on the loan market, various data in the default registers and when the data of a private debtor will be included are also discussed. Also about where is the balance between protecting a private person’s data and assessing his creditworthiness.
Martin Länts, chairman of the board of Bigbank and head of Finance Estonia’s lenders and intermediaries working group, Art Andresson, head of the Taust.ee insolvency register, and Maarja Pild, attorney-at-law of Triniti, will be visiting. The show is hosted by Gregor Alaküla.
12.00–13.00 “Top of the day”. On this occasion, the program will talk about the TOP of construction companies. Tarmo Roos, CEO of Mapri Ehitus, and Indrek Alliksaar, head of KPMG’s audit services, are in the studio. The presenter is Sigrid Kõiv.
13.00-14.00 “Leader’s stories”. Berit Veske, head of the software company Directo, which has appeared in the Gaselli TOP seven times, is visiting the show.
Veske, who started as a consultant in the company, moved to the head of the organization in 11 years. How to develop from a specialist to a good top manager and what are the learning points, how more freedom of employees is better and how to cultivate the feeling of “leader” in every employee, it becomes clear from the show.
The presenter is Rivo Sarapik.
15.00-16.00 “Forest and economy”. Viru Keemia Group (VKG) bioproducts development manager Lauri Raid is visiting, and the company’s plan to build a bioproducts factory in Estonia will be discussed.
According to VKG, an investment of nearly 800 million euros would create 250 more jobs, increase Estonia’s GDP by 250 million euros per year and produce 730 gigawatts of renewable electricity per year. The factory would process 2 per year–2.3 million dense meters of paper wood and would produce approximately half a million tons of bioproducts (mainly cellulose) per year.
According to Raid, preparatory work for the establishment of the factory is on schedule, Lüganus municipality has initiated a special plan, and a strategic assessment of environmental impacts has begun. However, our legal environment may become a problem.
The show is hosted by Toomas Kelt.
Listen to Äripäiv radio in Tallinn and Harjumaa 92.4 MHz, Tartu 97.7 MHz, Pärnu 91.9 MHz, Haapsalu 96.0 MHz, Saaremaa 101.7 MHz and Ida-Virumaa 94.6 MHz.
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