Handelsbanken in Latvia

In Latvia, we offer a range of corporate banking services. However, the operations are set to close in 2020.

Set to close in 2020

Discontinued services

Currently we are providing banking services to corporate customers in Latvia. However, Handelsbanken is set to gradually discontinue the operations in the Baltics. We will be able to offer current banking services like accounts, cash management, working capital, etc., through other units within the Bank. 

In the short term, general advice and assistance will continue to be provided by our Riga branch.

Contact us


Cesu Street 31/9
4th floor
LV-1012 Riga



Tel: +371 6738 5843

Lost or stolen cards
Visa card, tel: +371 6738 5848
Log-on card, tel: +371 6738 5847

GlobalOn-Line help desk
Tel: +46 771 51 97 00


+371 6738 5857

Customer complaints

We take complaints very seriously as they offer us the opportunity to improve our services. Please contact us if you have any concerns regarding our products or any other aspects of our service.

Supervisory authority

Handelsbanken in Latvia is supervised by the Latvian Financial and Capital Market CommissionOpens in a new window.

Our team in Riga

Annika Nordström

Branch Manager
Tel: +372 6808 300 
Languages: Swedish, Finnish, English and Russian

Mārtiņš Freibergs

Head of Corporate Banking  
Tel: +371 6738 5849 
Languages: Latvian, English and Russian 

Asnāte Rimšāne

Account Manager
Tel: +371 6738 5845
Languages: Latvian, English, French and Russian 

Juris Siliņš

Account Manager
Tel: +371 6738 5850
Languages: Latvian, English and Russian

Deposit guarantee

The deposits of Svenska Handelsbanken AB (publ) branches are protected by the Swedish deposit insurance programme.  

According to the Swedish law, insurance covers all deposits and current accounts balances per bank (including foreign branches) per each customer – private or legal person. In the case of insured event the insurance provides compensation of up to EUR 100,000 per customer. 

FATCA requires all US taxpayers to report their foreign assets

Since 1 July 2014, all the world's financial institutions must ask their clients about their US tax residency, for instance: those who are US citizens, US tax residents, persons with a residence permit, etc. The same must be asked of the beneficial owners of legal entities.