FICE – Foreign Investors Council in Estonia is a lobby group acting on behalf of the Austrian, British, Danish, Finnish, French, German-Baltic, Holland, Norwegian, Swedish and Ukrainian Chambers of Commerce, Business Clubs and Marketing Offices in Estonia. Together, the ten countries represented in FICE account for almost 80% of the total foreign direct investments in Estonia.
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
FICE PRE-ELECTION DEBATE 2023
The Foreign Investors’ Council in Estonia and AmCham organised Pre-Election Debate on 1st February 2023 at the Nordic Hotel Forum. The event was well received and an excellent opportunity to meet the party representatives and see them debate on the issue relevant to our community. Six leading parties representatives participated in the debate.
MEETING WITH MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR
On 27th September 2022, the Board of FICE represented by David Bayley-Lauring, and Jeroen van der Hoeven met the Ministry of the Interior to discuss the last FICE Executive Survey results. READ MORE
MEETING WITH MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS AND COMMUNICATION
On 26th September 2022, FICE Board represented by David Bayley-Lauring, Heikki Mäki and Peter Thomsen met the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communication to discuss the last FICE Executive Survey results. READ MORE
FICE AGM and KICK-OFF SEPTEMBER 2022
Monday 26th September FICE AGM and Season Kick-Off took place at Finnish Embassy. The formal reception was opened by our kind host Finnish Ambassador in Estonia, H.E. Mr Vesa Vasara. The Chairman of the organization David Bailey pointed out the importance of the role of FICE, as members of the FICE chambers represent 80% of Estonia’s foreign investments. Our special guest at this event Madis Müller the President of Eesti Pank introduced us to the outlook for the Estonian economy in 2022. READ MORE
MEETING WITH MADIS KALLAS, MINISTER OF THE ENVIRONMENT
On 7th September 2022, FICE Board met the Minister of the Environment, Madis Kallas and discussed the last FICE Executive Survey results.
Minister brought out the current priorities of the government, which are national security, education in the Estonian language, and measures to control the energy crises and inflation caused by the Ukrainian war.
FICE’S EXECUTIVE SURVEY 2022 SEMINAR
Foreign Investors’ Council in Estonia held its Executive Survey Seminar 2022 on 17th of May 13:30 – 15:00 at at Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia, Alfa 1 Hall. READ MORE