Prudentia is the leading independent investment banking and financial advisory company in Latvia. Prudentia delivers corporate finance advisory services for mid-sized transactions in Latvia and Baltic region, typically between € 10M and € 250M. Prudentia advisors collectively draw on the corporate finance expertise to support companies, individual and institutional investors. Our main services include mergers and acquisitions, private placements, management buy-outs and buy-ins, debt and structured financing, initial public offerings, business due-diligence and valuation, and business restructuring. Founded in 1999, Prudentia has been involved in more than 100 different transactions.

Prudentia specialists have gained vast experience in multiple industries including manufacturing, construction, woodworking, wholesale, retail, transportation, mass media, telecommunications, IT, financial services, food and beverages production, agriculture and pharmaceuticals.

Clients include: JSC “AirBaltic Corporation”, Latvian Government, The Treasury of Republic of Latvia, “Depo DIY” Ltd., “LNT” (Latvian independent television), “TVNET”, JSC “Rīgas piena kombināts”, JSC Valmieras Piens, “”M2” Ltd., and many more.

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Karlis znotins %28002%29
Karlis Znotins Associate Director

Karlis Znotins holds a Senior Analyst position in Prudentia. He joined Prudentia in the summer of 2013. Prior to joining Prudentia, in summer of 2012 and 2013 Karlis had an internship in the Industry and Corporate Analysis Department of SEB bank, where his main duties were to research and prepare materials for various industries, including forest, construction and harbor industry.

In Prudentia Karlis main responsibilities include market research, communication with financial and strategic investors, analysis of information and data about enterprises. He currently works with projects in various industries, including logistics, manufacturing, construction, science, etc.

Karlis holds a B.Sc. degree in Economics and Business Administration in the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga. Prior to that Karlis studied civil engineering in Riga Technical University.

Graduate of Concordia University, Montreal