Luminor welcomes Ukrainian talent

Mar 22, 2022

Luminor is offering employment for people displaced by the invasion of Ukraine.

They are a dynamic, pan-Baltic bank with a diverse team and have a number of great professional opportunities available both in business and support functions. For those who are interested in entry level positions, like students or recent graduates, there is the possibility of Luminor paid internship program that will start in summer.
Recruiting is based on matching people’s skills and previous experience, without discrimination.
The Bank will approach local organizations coordinating employment for refugees with the full list of vacancies and guidance on the application process.
To support Ukrainian refugees, Luminor is also providing a number of banking services for free, including account opening and a code calculator, as well as a Debit or Black card free of charge for 3 months in all Baltic states. Relevant information is also available on our websites in Ukrainian. 
They are also waiving fees on payments to Ukrainian bank accounts as of February 24, 2022.
To support the efforts in humanitarian aid, Luminor is donating 100 000 EUR to the Baltic organizations dedicated to helping refugees.

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