SSE Riga was established in 1993 as a joint project between the Stockholm School of Economics and the Latvian Government with the purpose of offering managerial training in business.

In 2010, the SSE Riga Foundation was established with the purpose of taking over the shares in the School held by its two owners, the Stockholm School of Economics and the Latvian Government.

The founders were the Stockholm School of Economics, the University of Latvia on behalf of the Latvian Government, and the SSE Riga Alumni Association.

 

SSE Riga Foundation

The Management Board of the SSE Riga Foundation consists of 5 Board Members:

  • Anders Börje Rydin, SSE, Chairman of the Board
  • Visvaldis Valtenbergs, Representative of the University of Latvia
  • Māris Simanovičs, Representative of the SSE Riga Alumni Association
  • Rolf Eidem, Representative for Sweden
  • Gundars Bērziņš, Representative for Latvia

 

The Supervisory Board consists of two Members:

  • Lars Strannegård, Representative of SSE  
  • Indriķis Muižnieks, Representative of the University of Latvia

 

Representatives of the major benefactors

  • Edgar Sesemann, RIMI Baltic
  • Zane Kotāne, AS Latvijas Gāze

 

The ten biggest contributors

In addition to these members and in order to strengthen cooperation between SSE Riga and its stakeholders, there are two additional seats on the Board.

These two are given to two Board members elected by the ten biggest contributors to the School and the Foundation. These contributors are defined as the ten largest cumulative benefactors or SSE Riga Executive Education clients since July 1, 2010.

As of January 2016 they were:

  • airBaltic
  • Anne-Marie och Gustaf Anders Stiftelse för Medieforskning
  • Bröderna Jonas och Robert af Jochnicks Stiftelse
  • Johan Björkmans Allmännyttiga Stiftelse
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Nordea
  • Rimi Baltic
  • SEB Bank
  • Swedbank
  • TeliaSonera

 

Annual Reports

Below you will find SSE Riga Annual Reports.