In order to carry out securities’ transactions, you need to open a securities account. You can open a Baltic securities account or the bank’s internal securities account. Securities accounts can be opened both on the Internet bank and in the branches.
Bank’s internal securities account
Use the bank’s internal securities account for holding the securities not settled by the Baltic Depository (i.e. foreign securities and the funds managed by SEB Varahaldus), and for carrying out transactions with them.
Baltic securities account
Use the Baltic securities account for holding the securities settled by the Baltic Depository (e.g. Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian securities), and for carrying out transactions with them.
Legal entities are required to have an LEI code in order to perform transactions with traded securities.
We recommend that before you sign any financial service agreement you read the service terms carefully and consult the staff of the bank if you need to.
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