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  • Bonds Offer Series No. 03/02 BIB 1.8% 31/07/17 EUR
    International Bank Bonds Offer Series No 03 02 BIB 1 8 31 07 17 EUR ISIN LV0000801819 Currency EUR Nominal value of a bond EUR 1 000 Issue date 31 07 2015 Maturity date 31 07 2017 2 years Base Prospectus of the Bonds Offer Programme No 2 Appendix 2 Bank s Annual Report for the year 2014 Bank s Annual Report for the year 2013 Final Terms for Bonds Offer Series No 03 02 BIB 1 8 31 07 17 EUR The Amended Final Terms for Bonds Offer Series No 03 02 BIB 1 8 31 07 17 EUR Additional functions Send Save as PDF Print Send page to friend Bonds Offer Series No 03 02 BIB 1 8 31 07 17 EUR http www bib lv deposits and investments bib bonds series 03 02 Send Your mail has been successfully sent Close Career Bank s Fee Schedule Documents List of correspondent banks Bank details OECD CRS Sustainability Contact Us 371 67000444 Disclosure of Information Client Complaints and Disputes Terms of Use Processing of personal data Site map Copyright 2006 2016 Baltic International Bank All rights reserved Time to move on You are using Internet Explorer 6 which is

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  • Bonds Offer Series No. 04/02 BIB 2.1% 04/12/17 USD
    Internet Banking Deposits and Investments Bonds issued by Baltic International Bank Bonds Offer Series No 04 02 BIB 2 1 04 12 17 USD ISIN LV0000801959 Currency USD Nominal value of a bond USD 1 000 Issue date 04 12 2015 Maturity date 04 12 2017 2 years Base Prospectus of the Bonds Offer Programme No 2 Appendix 2 Bank s Annual Report for the year 2014 Bank s Annual Report for the year 2013 Final Terms for Bonds Offer Series No 04 02 BIB 2 1 04 12 17 USD Additional functions Send Save as PDF Print Send page to friend Bonds Offer Series No 04 02 BIB 2 1 04 12 17 USD http www bib lv deposits and investments bib bonds series 04 02 Send Your mail has been successfully sent Close Career Bank s Fee Schedule Documents List of correspondent banks Bank details OECD CRS Sustainability Contact Us 371 67000444 Disclosure of Information Client Complaints and Disputes Terms of Use Processing of personal data Site map Copyright 2006 2016 Baltic International Bank All rights reserved Time to move on You are using Internet Explorer 6 which is technologically outdated This website has been implemented with the

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  • Bonds Offer Series No. 05/02 BIB 1.8% 04/12/17 EUR
    Internet Banking Deposits and Investments Bonds issued by Baltic International Bank Bonds Offer Series No 05 02 BIB 1 8 04 12 17 EUR ISIN LV0000801967 Currency EUR Nominal value of a bond EUR 1 000 Issue date 04 12 2015 Maturity date 04 12 2017 2 years Base Prospectus of the Bonds Offer Programme No 2 Appendix 2 Bank s Annual Report for the year 2014 Bank s Annual Report for the year 2013 Final Terms for Bonds Offer Series No 05 02 BIB 1 8 04 12 17 EUR Additional functions Send Save as PDF Print Send page to friend Bonds Offer Series No 05 02 BIB 1 8 04 12 17 EUR http www bib lv deposits and investments bib bonds series 05 02 Send Your mail has been successfully sent Close Career Bank s Fee Schedule Documents List of correspondent banks Bank details OECD CRS Sustainability Contact Us 371 67000444 Disclosure of Information Client Complaints and Disputes Terms of Use Processing of personal data Site map Copyright 2006 2016 Baltic International Bank All rights reserved Time to move on You are using Internet Explorer 6 which is technologically outdated This website has been implemented with the

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  • Transactions in Financial Instruments
    Conservative and speculative strategies if a percentage share proportion of speculative instruments comprised in the portfolio does not exceed 5 percent Conservative and balanced strategies if a percentage share proportion of balanced strategy related instruments comprised in the portfolio does not exceed 30 percent Balanced Strategy You anticipate a somewhat above average return However you are ready to expose to risk not more than 10 percent of the portfolio s value Balanced strategy is most appropriate for you The main goal you are willing to multiply your wealth and accept moderate risk for a moderate average sized potential return Expected rate of return significantly exceeds interest income earned on deposits Under the strategy your money is invested both in fixed income instruments the stable portion of your investment and high risk instruments to gain the potential for higher returns Recommended minimum investment amount USD EUR 300 000 Recommended investment horizon at least 2 two years List of investment vehicles Debt instruments issued by financially stable and financially reliable issuers with maturities ranging from 5 to 10 years carrying investment grade rating not lower than BBB Regulated investment companies RICs or funds that invest in bonds or mixed asset mutual funds whose major portion of assets above 50 percent is held in bonds Capital protected instruments CPIs featuring a partial not less than 90 percent capital guarantee function Debt instruments issued by issuers who maintain a satisfactory financial condition with original maturity of up to 10 years carrying speculative grade rating not lower than BB The most common types of derivatives options futures forwards and others may be included within the portfolio solely for hedging purposes to be used as a hedge for an open position in the foreign currency to hedge against interest rate risk Beyond those specifically listed above fund managers can use instruments investment vehicles that are core components of conservative and aggressive strategies Balanced strategy represents a combination of instruments referred to in Conservative and speculative strategies if a percentage share proportion of speculative instruments comprised in the portfolio ranges from 5 to 50 percent Balanced and speculative strategies if a percentage share proportion of speculative instruments comprised in the portfolio does not exceed 30 percent Aggressive Strategy You prioritise growing your wealth first and foremost and you are ready to accept considerable risk to yield considerable returns Aggressive strategy is most appropriate for you The main goal to gain an extremely high potential reward very high return that comes with a high level of risk Expected rate of return high level returns far exceeding interest income earned on deposits Under the strategy your money is invested primarily in high risk assets However in certain cases to mitigate risks to preserve the money during market corrections fund managers can use instruments investment vehicles that are core components of conservative and balanced strategies Recommended minimum investment amount USD EUR 300 000 Recommended investment horizon at least 2 two years List of investment vehicles Debt instruments carrying investment grade

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  • Alternative Investments
    are a benefit You can provide funding to a fellow subsidiary of your holding company The investment can be a useful and effective tax planning instrument most jurisdictions allow business taxpayers companies receiving the financing to reduce taxable income by costs of the debt repayment Investing your personal funds in business development Investing within the discretionary asset management service will enhance safety of the principal originally invested as compared to direct investments Business project funding Imagine you have invested in a promising project either bank offered or independently selected or have lent your money to your business partner You can expect to receive a far higher rate of return as compared to a traditional deposit Fees Investment projects Service Fee Project consideration and documents preparation for the deal incl settlement scheme development legal documents preparation legal issues solving dokuments preparation etc 1 00 3 00 of the investment sum min EUR 10 000 Search for financing and real deal settlement 1 00 of the investment sum Investment projects offer to Bank clients prospective investors free of charge Investment deal settlement for investors 1 00 3 00 of the investment sum min EUR 10 000 Project administration for investors 1 00 2 50 of the investment sum per annum Additional fees may be charged upon the agreement with a client Loan Trust Transactions Service Fee Considering of a Loan Application EUR 70 150 215 USD 100 200 300 Loan Account Trust Account Opening free of charge Loan Agreement Trust Agreement Preparation free of charge Collateral Modification to EUR 200 if the object of collateral is physically located in Latvia Fee for Unused Loan s Part free of charge Loan Agreement Extension EUR 35 70 140 USD 50 100 200 Loan Repayment Schedule Modification LVL 25 50 100 EUR 35 70 140

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  • Fiduciary Deposit
    the name of Baltic International Bank Fees Fiduciary Deposit Service Fee Administration of the trust deal as agreed Processing of application EUR 100 250 or its equivalent in another currency Additional functions Send Save as PDF Print Send page to friend Fiduciary Deposit http www bib lv deposits and investments discretionary management fiduciary deposit Send Your mail has been successfully sent Close Career Bank s Fee Schedule Documents List of

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  • Investments in Bond Market
    Order Execution Policy List of counterparties and execution venues Client categorisation policy related to the provision of investment services and ancillary services In effect from 23 November 2015 Fees on Investments in Bond Market Transactions in Financial Instruments Foreign Markets Transactions on Eurobonds percentage of the transaction value portfolio value is over EUR 500 000 0 075 min EUR 100 1 2 portfolio value is up to EUR 500 000 0 1 min EUR 100 1 2 Transactions on U S Treasuries 0 01 min USD 100 1 2 Transactions on other bonds as agreed 1 2 Custody fee for FI of foreign issuers per month 1 3 Eurobonds if the volume of the portfolio 5 is below or equals EUR 500 000 0 02 min EUR 25 if the volume of the portfolio 5 is above EUR 500 000 0 015 min EUR 25 RUR denominated bonds 0 015 min EUR 25 Other bonds of foreign issuers if the volume of the portfolio 5 is below or equals EUR 500 000 0 02 min EUR 25 if the volume of the portfolio 5 is above EUR 500 000 0 015 min EUR 25 Other transactions FI account opening no fee Receive Free of Payment EUR 40 1 2 Delivery Free of Payment 0 10 percentage of the transaction value min EUR 30 1 2 Receive versus Payment RVP EUR 40 1 2 Delivery versus Payment DVP 0 10 percentage of the transaction value min EUR 30 1 2 Internal securities transfers no fee Order alteration cancellation EUR 40 Statement of FI account regular monthly no fee additional statement on request no fee Settlement and Delivery Timeframes of Financial Instruments Transactions in financial instruments shall be settled the funds shall be withdrawn from the account not later than five banking days after the execution of the transaction or at such later time as stipulated by international market practice pursued by the respective financial instrument markets The financial instruments shall be delivered the financial instruments shall be remitted into the account not later than the date when the respective financial instruments have entered Bank s account The specific delivery date shall depend on the terms and conditions of the respective trading facility execution venue and Bank s Counterparties to the transaction Notes 1 Transaction fee for transactions in financial instruments does not include possible additional fees and other payments charged by vehicle companies such as stock exchanges foreign regulators of the financial instruments markets and associations of professional stock market participants 2 Settlement fee min EUR 40 is charged additionally according to the requirements of Bank s counterparties 3 Custody fee is calculated based on the aggregate market value of the FI held in the portfolio as at the last working day of every month If the aggregate market value of the bonds held in the FI portfolio is below the face value of the bonds held in the FI portfolio then the face value of the bonds will only be

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  • Investments in Stock Market
    price than that specified in the order The fee is calculated based on the net price of the financial instruments if client s order containing specific instructions is best executed the aforementioned net price will include a fee payable to Bank for the best execution of the order containing specific instructions Custody fee for FI of foreign issuers per month 1 2 stocks including ADRs GDRs percentage of the total value of the respective financial instrument portfolio volume 5 is below or equals EUR 500 000 0 020 min EUR 25 portfolio volume 5 is above EUR 500 000 0 015 min EUR 25 Transactions in Financial Instruments Latvian Market External FI transfer EUR 50 Internal FI transfer EUR 15 DVP Delivery versus Payment EUR 35 FI portfolio transfer to another custodian EUR 30 Transfer of Latvian Treasury notes EUR 25 FI collateral Internal registration EUR 20 Freezing of the FI account held in the owner s name before the shareholders meeting EUR 15 Statement of FI account regular monthly no fee additional statement on request no fee Maintenance fee for stocks per month 0 04 of FI value min EUR 3 50 2 Maintenance fee for stocks if total value of the shares held in custody exceeds EUR 1 million per month 0 03 of FI value 2 Maintenance fee for Treasury notes per month 0 003 of FI value min EUR 3 50 2 Maintenance fee for corporate bonds of Latvian issuers per month 0 005 of FI value min EUR 3 50 2 FI account closure no fee Purchase of Latvian Treasury bonds in the primary market 0 10 min EUR 35 Transactions in the NASDAQ OMX Riga Stock Exchange RSE transaction volume EUR 1 to EUR 14 228 71 0 35 min EUR 5 transaction volume over EUR 14 228 71 as agreed min EUR 5 Other transactions FI account opening no fee Recieve Free of Payment EUR 40 1 3 Delivery Free of Payment 0 10 of the market value calculated as at banking day preceding the date of concluding the transaction min EUR 30 1 3 Receive versus Payment RVP EUR 40 1 3 Delivery versus Payment DVP 0 10 of the market value calculated as at banking day preceding the date of concluding the transaction min EUR 30 1 3 Internal securities transfers no fee Order alteration cancellation EUR 40 Statement of FI account regular monthly no fee additional statement on request no fee Settlement and Delivery Timeframes of Financial Instruments Transactions in financial instruments shall be settled the funds shall be withdrawn from the account not later than five banking days after the execution of the transaction or at such later time as stipulated by international market practice pursued by the respective financial instrument markets The financial instruments shall be delivered the financial instruments shall be remitted into the account not later than the date when the respective financial instruments have entered Bank s account The specific delivery date shall depend on

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