The Estonian Financial Supervision Authority (Finantsinspektsioon) approved Grünfin’s application to expand our services in the European Economic Area.
That is a big milestone for us! And also a great success for making values-based investing mainstream and contributing to a more sustainable world!
Being a Europe-wide financial institution means that from now on we can embark on an even more exciting journey off to new countries!
The countries we can offer our service to are the following:
Austria, Spain, the Netherlands, Croatia, Ireland, Iceland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Norway, Portugal, France, Sweden, Germany, Slovenia, Finland, Denmark, Czech Republic, Hungary, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Italy, Poland, Romania, Malta, Liechtenstein, Slovakia, Greece.
Wherever our journey will lead us, we have one big goal:
We are on a mission to make values-based investing mainstream and contribute to a more sustainable future.
We want to direct financial resources towards making human life on our planet more sustainable. And we aim to overcome the lack of expertise that often prevents people from investing their savings responsibly, thus making sustainable investing accessible to everyone.
Because we believe that sustainable investing matters and can help the world and the environment.
Match your money with your values, and join our exciting journey to a more sustainable world!
Start your sustainable investment with Grünfin. We help you invest your money where your values are.
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