Head of Legal Department Inese Lazdovska appointed as a member of the Board
The newly-appointed Inese Lazdovska, Head of Bank’s Legal Department, has taken on Board-related responsibilities with effect from 17 October. As a member of the Board, she will be specifically responsible for ensuring legal support to Bank’s overall business and providing advisory & consulting services to Bank’s customers.
„There is a common belief that lawyers pose barriers to the development, but I categorically disagree with the opinion. Baltic International Bank currently experiences skyrocketing growth of its business and has set strategic development goals for the future periods. My main task will be to contribute to Bank’s development through providing a professional and competent legal advice, effectively organising the Legal Dept’s work, and finding the most suitable solutions geared towards achieving Bank’s goals,” I. Lazdovska has emphasised while commenting on her new appointment and challenges stemming therefrom.
Inese Lazdovska possesses a vast managerial experience, including in the area of finance. Inese Lazdovska joined the Bank in 2012 to serve as Head of Legal Department. In 2013, she was elected as a nominee member of the Board. Before joining Baltic International Bank, Inese Lazdovska held positions as a lawyer, head of the Legal Division, and later as head of the Legal Directorate at Parex Bank (later renamed Citadele Bank) and Citadele Bank. Since 2011, she has been a practising certified attorney. I. Lazdovska has a law degree from the University of Latvia and currently pursues a Master of Business Administration degree from the Riga Business School.
Under the banner of Baltic International Bank, we stands proudly as one of Latvia’s most experienced providers of private banking services to high net worth individuals and businesses. Bank-offered advantages include a bespoke approach, stable partnership and top-level services targeted specifically towards preserving and growing customers’ wealth. Headquartered in Riga, Bank operates its overseas representative offices in London, Moscow and Kyiv.