Cbonds continues publishing Investor Guides

May 02, 2017 - Cbonds

 

Cbonds added English versions of Investor Guides for Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Middle East and other regions on their website. They contain information about macroeconomic indices and aspects of financial investments in different countries. The materials have been prepared by HSBC, Unicredit Group and SSE-Link.



HSBC materials contain description of banking, payment and taxation systems, as well as description of foreign trade and finance system regulation of 53 countries. HSBC materials are available on the company’s Pages http://cbonds.com/pages/HSBC in the “Comments” block, as well as in the “Research” section (http://cbonds.com/comments/) – please select “HSBC” in the field  “Source”.



Pages of the countries: Bulgaria, Greece, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia now contain description of specifics of work in their security markets for private investors, prepared by SEE-Link. SEE-Link is an integration of South-East European stock exchanges. The purpose of such integration was to create a single regional infrastructure for trading securities, which have listings on the stock exchanges of this region. SEE-link documents contain information on how to open a bank account for securities trading on local stock exchanges, stock exchanges’ opening hours, aspects of calculation, delivery, distribution and taxation of income. You can download Investor Guides in the section “Documents” on the pages of the countries: Bulgaria, Greece, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia.



Market profiles descriptions by Unicredit Group were added for 12 countries: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria,  Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia. The document contains information about the finance markets infrastructures, and corporate and taxation procedures in each of the abovementioned countries. In order to get Investor Guides by Unicredit Group, please visit the relevant country page and download it from the Documents block.

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