Shana Gavron

LHV Institutional Baltic Insight, October 11th, 2021

* Tallinna Kaubamaja (TKM1T ET) Q3 earnings preview
* Tallinna Sadam (TSM1T ET): Passenger and cargo flows for Q3 2021
* Please also refer to the tables in the attachment.
Tallinna Kaubamaja A.S.

Tallinna Kaubamaja is engaged in footwear trade, car trade and retail trade in supermarkets and real estate development in Latvia; and in car trade in Lithuania. Supermarkets focus on the sale of foodstuffs and convenience goods, the department stores on the sale of beauty and fashion products, the car trade on the sale of cars and spare parts to cars. In the car trade segment, cars are sold at wholesale prices to authorised car dealers. In the footwear trade segment, footwear is sold at wholesale prices to family markets. The real estate segment deals with the management and maintenance of real estate owned by Co., and with the rental of commercial premises.

Tallinna Sadam AS

Tallinna Sadam AS is an Estonia-based company, which is involved managing and developing port infrastructure and organizing vessel traffic in the port basin. The Company reports three segments: Passenger harbors segment offers passengers transportation from Estonia to Sweden, Finland and Russia; Cargo harbors segment offers transportation of solid and liquid bulk goods, general cargo, as well as the container and rolling stock cargo, and Other segment includes ice-breaking services and various maritime support services. It holds five harbors: Old City, Saaremaa, Muuga, Paljassaare and Paldiski South. The Old City Harbor in the centre of Tallinn, together with the Old City Marina for small vessels and the Saaremaa Harbor, used mostly for receiving cruise liners, are focused on providing passenger port services. Muuga Harbor, Paldiski South Harbor, and the Paljassaare Harbor that services mostly ship repair companies, are focused on providing cargo port services.


LHV Bank is an independent pan-Baltic bank, based on Estonian capital. The company was founded in 1999 by two founders of Hansapank (today’s Swedbank in the Baltics) and has been offering a full range of investment services for 15 years. In May 2009, LHV received a credit institution licence allowing it to provide all banking services.

The head office is situated in Tallinn, Estonia. Cross-border services are offered in Vilnius, Lithuania and in Riga, Latvia. LHV provides brokerage (institutional and retail), asset management, banking and capital markets services. Compared to other banks, we are more innovative and have more solid experience in investment and entrepreneurship.

The Bank, together with the Group asset management company employs over 320 people. LHV Group shares are listed on Nasdaq Tallinn.

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