The Estonian state-owned energy group Eesti Energia has been assessed as the most valuable company at 1.389 billion euros in accordance with a list drawn up by the investment advisory company Gild Corporate Finance.
The second most valuable company is the subsidiary of the Swedish Swedbank AS, the value of which was assessed at 994 million euros, and the third the Vopak E.O.S logistics company, whose value has been estimated at 626 million euros, it appears from a list published in the Otsustaja (decision-maker) magazine of the daily Postimees.
Last year the most valuable company was Swedbank, with Eesti Energia in the second and Vopak E.O.S in the third place.
Fourth in the list is Eesti Telekom, a holding company belonging to Telia Sonera, the value of which has been assessed at 549 million euros. During the year Ericsson Eesti, a subsidiary of the Ericsson group, has risen from the eighth place to the fifth has been valued at 487 million euros.
The subsidiary of the Swedish SEB banking group, SEB Pank, and the Tallink shipping group that is listed on the Tallinn stock exchange follow both with 385 million euros, followed by Tallinna Sadam (309 million
Stock exchange companies are presented with the market value in the list.
Estonia's Most Valuable Company is Eesti Energia