01
Jun

New CEO at Creditinfo Eesti

Creditinfo Eesti AS, the largest Estonian credit information and risk management services provider, will have a change of lead starting 1 June 2017, as former CEO Veiko Meos joins the Supervisory Board, while Ege Metsandi takes on the steering wheel of the company.

Veiko Meos has been leading the company as CEO for 24 years and brought it to its current success. He will be leaving the day-to-day management, but will continue to be actively involved in the Board of Creditinfo Eesti. His further career path will involve European data protection reforms and their implementation in Estonia.

“In almost a quarter of a century, Creditinfo Eesti has created a well-functioning virtual infrastructure in Estonia, which has remarkably simplified the operations of creditors. As a result, consumers have benefited from an opportunity to receive credit on terms that can be considered amongst the best in Europe,” Meos reflected on main achievements and is looking forward to use his experience to contribute in implementing European data protection reforms in his home country.

The company will from now on be lead by Ege Metsandi, who has extensive experience in the finance sector. For the past three years Metsandi worked at Nordea Bank, where she successfully contributed to the creation of the pan-Baltic investment products development division. Before that, she held managerial positions at Trigon Capital and Swedbank.

Creditinfo Eesti AS (formerly known as Krediidiinfo AS), the largest Estonian company in credit information and risk management sector, focuses on decreasing financial risks of Estonian companies and empowering access to credit. The company runs the widely known business database e-krediidiinfo.ee and is the administrator of the Credit Register, jointly created by the banks. Creditinfo Eesti AS gives recognition and rewards to companies that display good credit rating with the “Successful Estonian Enterprise” award, as well as conducting regular surveys on payment behaviour and credit policy of companies.