Trade in financial instruments through RBA brokers!
As an active member of the Zagreb Stock Exchange and Central Depository and Clearing Company, we provide the services of financial instrument trading in the local and in foreign markets. Through RBA brokers you may trade in shares, bonds, certificates ETFs (Exchange traded funds) and units in foreign investment funds.
Trade on the Zagreb Stock Exchange and on foreign stock markets at low fees through RBA brokers
Online trading via the eBroker service
Engage in real-time share trading on the Zagreb Stock Exchange via Internet banking
Access to foreign markets
Trade on more than 40 foreign markets
Financial instruments trading
- Shares and ETFs
Trade shares of Croatian companies and foreign issuers.
For trading on the Zagreb Stock Exchange in real time, we recommend arranging eBroker online trading service.
Trading shares and ETFs in more than 40 foreign markets can be done via e-mail or phone
Government bonds – issued by governments. Maturity longer than 1 year.
Corporate bonds – issued by corporates. Maturity longer than 1 year.
Bonds trading in organised and OTC markets may be carried out via e-mail or phone.
Certificates are financial derivatives whose value depends on the changes in value of an underlying instruments. Various types of investments (shares, bonds, funds, indexes, commodities, currencies, interest rates, etc.) may serve as underlying instruments.
Certificates are debt securities issued by an issuer and presented as a liability in the balance sheet, which means that certificates buyers are exposed to the credit risk of the issuer (e.g. bankruptcy risk).
Certificates are considered complex financial instruments because their value is derived from and depends on the changes in value of the underlying instrument. The features and risks of these financial instruments vary for each individual product (certificate), so general information on features and risks of certificates as a type of financial instruments is not sufficient for making a sound (informed) decision regarding investment. In order to make a more confident assessment of a certificate as a suitable investment type, it is necessary to study the issuing prospectus.
How it can be arranged?
Contact the RBA branch nearest to you to agree the use of brokerage services and the eBroker service!
The eBroker service may be agreed by corporate clients having a transaction account and Internet banking.
It may be done at any RBA branch by submitting a filled out, stamped and signed application form.
Authorised users of the eBroker service, natural persons designated by a business entity, must have an authentication device with a FINA certificate.