The Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE) is the primary securities exchange in Croatia and serves as a key institution in the country's financial market. Established in 1991, it is one of the youngest stock exchanges in Europe but has quickly become an important player in the region.
The Zagreb Stock Exchange operates as a regulated marketplace where investors can trade a variety of financial instruments, including stocks, bonds, investment funds, and other securities. The exchange provides a platform for companies to list their shares and raise capital from public investors, while offering investment opportunities for individuals, institutions, and funds.
Transparency, integrity, and investor protection are fundamental principles of the Zagreb Stock Exchange. The exchange operates under the supervision of the Croatian Financial Services Supervisory Agency (HANFA) and adheres to strict regulations and disclosure requirements.
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