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  Nordic Leadership - Is It So Special?
2019.03.27 17:30 - 2019-03-27 19:30 Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office in Latvia (Marijas 13/2&3, 1st floor, Bergs Bazaar, Riga)
On 27 March at 17.30, you are most welcome to attend the lecture Nordic Leadership – Is It So Special? by Ulf Andreasson, Senior Adviser at the Policy Analysis and Statistics Department of the Nordic Council of Ministers and one of the authors of the recently published report “Nordic Leadership”. The report describes how various studies on culture, leadership and values characterize the Nordic leadership style: flat organisations, smaller degree of formality, leaders with a high degree of integrity, and an emphasis on consensus. The research also included attempts to find factors in Nordic societies that could help explain the leadership style in the Nordic region, with particular attention paid to two of these: the creation of the Nordic welfare state and the tradition of balancing different interests in society, especially within the labor market.
  "Latvia's Economy in 2019: - where problems are a) few, b) home-grown, c) mostly avoidable" by Morten Hansen
2019.04.09 17:00 - 2019-04-09 18:30 Riga
"Latvia’s economy in 2019: - where problems are a) few, b) home-grown, c) mostly avoidable" - to be presented by Morten Hansen - experienced professional in the field and outstanding speaker! The event is hosted jointly by the Danish and Swedish Chambers of Commerce in Latvia.
  Danish Constitution Day Reception
2019.06.05 16:00 - 2019-06-05 19:00 Jurmala
Danish Constitution Day Reception - Summer Party yearly hosted by the Ambassador of Royal Danmark to Latvia. A yearly big celebration for all Danes living in Latvia.
  Nordic Go-Kart Championship 2019
2019.06.12 18:00 - 2019-06-12 20:00 Jelgava, Sports and Recreation Center "Rullitis"
Past Activities
  Annual General Meeting of the DCCL
2019.03.12 18:00 - 2019-03-12 19:00 Riga, Clarion Collection Hotel Valdemars
Annual General Meeting, for members only.
  A Business Luncheon with Janis Bordans, Minister of Justice
2019.03.06 12:30 - 2019-03-06 14:30 RadissonBlu RIDZENE Hotel, Riga
SOLD OUT! The Danish Chamber of Commerce in Latvia together with the Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish Chambers of Commerce cordially invites you to join a business luncheon with the new Minister of Justice, Mr. Jānis Bordāns (The New Conservative Party - Jauna konservatīvā partija), at the Radisson Blu Ridzene Hotel (Reimersa iela 1, Rīga) on Wednesday, March 6, at 13:00. Registration and networking from 12:30. Recorded conversations at Ridzene Hotel between 2009 and 2011 exposed potential large scale corruption schemes and trading with power and influence in Latvia involving various government officials and private business owners. Mr. Bordāns run in the last Parliamentary elections was partly based on combating exactly such illegal behavior, with his party’s campaign platform that was focused on strengthening the rule of law, fighting corruption, and reforming the insolvency process in Latvia. Now Mr. Bordāns is pushing for an independent review of the Latvian judicial system, in order to increase transparency and decrease corruption.
  "Danish and Baltic Military Cooperation" by Colonel N.H. Johansen, Danish Defense Attaché to the Baltics!
2019.02.25 18:15 - 2019-02-25 19:30 RadissonBlu LATVIJA Hotel, Riga
Colonel Niels H. Johansen from the Danish Army has started in this position on August 2018 taking over responsibilities from Colonel Søren Frausig from the Danish Royal Air Force. Colonel Niels H. Johansen has previously worked together with Baltic colleagues in various capacities. As staff officer in Defence Command Denmark, he supported the development of the NATO Membership Action Plans. During his time as chief of staff of the 1st Danish Brigade, he also trained together with Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian brigades.
  Danske Bank closes down its banking activities in the Baltics
2019.02.23 12:00 - 2019-02-23 12:00 Riga
On February 19, 2019 Danske Bank announced that we intend to wind down and close our banking business in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. During recent years, we have taken a wide range of initiatives to strengthen the position in our Nordic core markets. Our current strategy further reinforces this focus and we continue to review our footprint outside the Nordics to ensure that we are present in the markets, which matter the most for our customers. Yesterday, the Estonian Financial Supervision Authority (the Estonian FSA) ordered Danske Bank to close down its banking activities in Estonia, following the case of the now-terminated portfolio of non-resident customers in Estonia in the period from 2007 to 2015.
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