Magazine Investeeri moves away from paper pages to the web

22. april 2019

As of this year, the LHV magazine Investeeri will be published as an online magazine. All LHV customers and other interested parties are now able to read Investeeri articles at

In its 12 years of publication, Investeeri became one of Estonia’s largest finance and investment magazines. By changing Investeeri into an online magazine, LHV will continue offering
valuable content to its customers. Investeeri articles will continue to be thorough, as well as useful and encouraging to the reader.

“As a print magazine, the print run of Investeeri was over 40,000 copies. Since a print run sets limits, we hope we can use the online magazine to share Investeeri articles with more customers and anyone interested,” said Priit Rum, Communications Manager at LHV. “With Investeeri, we wish to offer our customers new knowledge about the financial world and truly encourage them to invest, create companies and think about economic issues. For Investeeri, we write longer and more thorough stories on topics that people do not write about so often,” said Rum.

According to Rum, the online magazine is very much compatible with LHV’s way of thinking – LHV also primarily provides their services electronically through innovative channels. Moving away from paper pages to the web helps to preserve the environment – less paper, electricity and fewer kilometres of transport are required.

The online magazine Investeeri is created in cooperation with the Geenius team. Recently, Geenius has successfully brought the Rahageenius portal to its readers and shown excellent skills and knowledge in online journalism in the long term.

All interested parties will have the opportunity to subscribe to Investeeri articles with their e-mail address. LHV will start sending monthly notifications via e-mail about new articles and updates to the online magazine to anyone interested.

LHV Group is the largest domestic financial group and capital provider in Estonia. LHV Group's key subsidiaries are LHV Pank and LHV Varahaldus. LHV employs almost 400 people. LHV’s banking services are used by 171,000 clients, and pension funds managed by LHV have more than 177,000 active clients.

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