we go deep into real estate and the twists and turns of the Tallinn Stock Exchange

Kaarel Ots, the head of the Tallinn Stock Exchange, talks about the latest public offering of shares in the morning program.Photo: Liis Treimann

In Thursday’s morning program, we will talk to Kaarel Ots, the head of the Tallinn Stock Exchange, about what has happened in the domestic market recently and why and how the situation is with the next companies planning to go public.

Then Andres Suimets, LHV’s head of investment services, will come to the studio, who will give an insight into the current state of investment and capital markets in Estonia through the bank’s perspective and share his experience in organizing last year’s largest IPOs and where the investment is going.

After that, Kristjan Tamla, the fund manager of EfTEN United Propery Fund, who has started listing his units in the studio, will give an overview of how the fund’s holdings can be acquired, what distinguishes them from other real estate funds and how the real estate sector is doing now.

On the topic of real estate, we will continue with investor, entrepreneur and writer Sass Henno, who has built a considerable real estate portfolio. Let’s look at what a small investor is doing in the current real estate market and what investment is worth looking at right now.

At the end of the morning program, we will talk to Andres Trink, the head of Merko Ehitus, about the company’s first quarter results and the effects of inflation and war on the business of major builders and developers.

The morning program will be hosted by presenter Simo Sepp and news editor Anete Hela Pulk.

The show day continues with five shows:

10.00-11.00 “Content Marketing Show”. The guests of this year’s Fractory industrial show are Anna-Liisa Palatu, Woola’s manager, and Kert Jalakas, Woola’s supply chain manager. We are talking about sustainable production and the supply chain, and that sustainability is not just about the environment. Woola, for example, built its plant in Paldiski, not Tallinn, to provide employment for the area and to use renewable energy.

The presenters are Hando Sinisalu and Martin Vares.

11.00-12.00 “Global Look”. This time the show focuses on Central Asia. We are talking about the relations of Central Asian countries, especially Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, with Russia, China and Europe, the major players in the region. We are talking about the potential of these countries, but also about the problems and obstacles.

Erkki Veismann, former adviser to the Estonian Embassy in Kazakhstan, and Heiti Mäemees, former Estonian Ambassador to Kazakhstan, will be visiting. The show is directed by Pille Ivask.

12.00-13.00 “Real estate class”. The program will feature Urmas Sõõrumaa’s real estate company, US Real Estate’s chairman Aavo Kokk and Capital Mill’s chairman Kaarel Loigu, and we will talk at length about the possibilities of developing commercial real estate at a time when construction is rising uncontrollably due to the war and tenants are procrastinating.

We will explain which business is more profitable in difficult times, whether open price contracts are already being concluded with builders and why foreign investors have sometimes put a handbrake on investments.

At the same time, the program reveals what new opportunities the war has created for developers and where the companies run by the participants are focusing. The show is hosted by Lauri Leet.

13.00-14.00 “Technology Compass”. We talk about business continuity plans and how to restore the company’s work organization as soon as possible after interruptions and cyber attacks. We need to talk about how to prevent such situations and what concerns businesses need the most help in making business continuity plans.

The guests will also share what they have learned from the small crises at Telia and Alexela and whether and how the business continuity plans worked. Tarmo Kärsna, Member of the Management Board of Alexela, and Kristjan Kukk, Head of Telia’s Key and Large Customer Unit, will be in the village. The show is directed by Gregor Alaküla.

15.00-16.00 “Risk money”. In this part of the series introducing venture capital funds operating in Estonia, the cornerstone investor of several hedge funds, Sille Pettai and Mari Vavulski, members of the management board of the state venture capital fund Smartcap, are visiting the village.

The program talks about which fund managers Smartacap gives public money to invest in and why Smartcap will start investing directly in start-ups again, which areas are interesting and promising at the moment, and why the venture capital market needs to fill the gaps in the country.

The host is Rivo Sarapik.

Listen to Äripäev radio in Tallinn and Harju County 92.4 MHz, in Tartu 97.7 MHz, in Pärnu 91.9 MHz, in Haapsalu 96.0 MHz, in Saaremaa 101.7 MHz and in Ida-Viru County 94.6 MHz.

You can find the listening link and the weekly schedule here.

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