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2018 12 20
More Favourable Conditions for Investment Funds – Better Potential for Business to Attract Investments

Today the Seimas adopted the laws regulating the activities of collective investment undertakings (CIUs) aimed to create more favourable conditions for the activities of the investment funds and to reduce the administrative burden. These changes will contribute to developing more financing alternatives for business...

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2018 11 15
Baltic States Seek for a Single Regional Assessment

Ministers of finance of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, the European Commission and NASDAQ appealed to a global provider of equity indexes MSCI for a possibility of assessing the Baltic states not individually, but as a single region in using an industry classification system. The aim is to start a debate with MSCI for a possibility of improving the equity index of the countries....

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2018 10 18
Lithuania Will Have More Business Financing Alternatives

Lithuania creates one of the most favourable conditions in the European Union for the activities of the investment funds. The Government approved draft laws regulating the activities of collective investment undertakings (CIUs) aimed to reduce the administrative burden on investment funds and to create more favourable conditions for their activities, and, therefore – more...

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2018 10 01
Minister of Finance V. Šapoka: Only EUR 1 Billion Out of EUR 6 Billion. How to Attract Other Institutional Investors' Money?

Enhancement of business funding diversification, more flexibility in investment in Lithuania and more close cooperation between the government and market players – areas with great potential for investing more assets accumulated by institutional investors in our country. At present, EUR 1...

Structure and Contacts

Vilius Šapoka

Minister of Finance

Ministry contacts

Lukiškių Str. 2, 01512 Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone +370 5 239 0000
Fax +370 5 279 1481
E-mail: finmin@finmin.lt