EstBAN and Swedbank Angel Program 2022 training program started
Swedbank has partnered with EstBAN to offer, among other services, trainings for its private banking clients about angel investing.

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22 Mar, 2022

Swedbank has partnered with EstBAN to offer, among other services, trainings for its private banking clients about angel investing. EstBAN-Swedbank Angel Program kicked off with the first trainings March 2022.

The aim of the program is to give Swedbank clients an overview of angel investing during several trainings and seminars by experienced angels and VC from the Baltics and Nordics. The participants of the program also have an exclusive 3-month access to EstBAN’s network and dealflow and are invited to join the EstBAN pitch events and discussions. The program was officially kicked off in February and the trainings are now in full swing to cover everything that is needed to know about angel investing – financial terms, portfolio building, due diligence etc. EstBAN’s VP Lauri Antalainen started with the first training to cover topics about startups’s investment readiness, how to build an investment portfolio and much more. Trainings continue until the end of May, when the program finishes with the New Nordic Leads final event in collaboration with regional partners.

The Swedbank Angel Program is exclusively available for Swedbank private banking clients.

For more information about the program, contact Liisi Himma, liisi.himma@swedbank.com or Anu Oks, anu@estban.ee.

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