Zagreb Stock Exchange


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Zagreb Stock Exchange

An exchange in Croatia. Both stocks and bonds are traded on the Zagreb Stock Exchange. It was established in 1991.
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The existing code was drafted in 2007 by ZSE in cooperation with HANFA for companies listed on the Zagreb Stock Exchange and later updated in 2011.
In a statement, the bourse said, 'It is the first new type of financial instrument on the Zagreb stock exchange and the first instruments admitted to trading on the Zagreb Stock Exchange International Multilateral Trading Facility.
taken from Zagreb stock exchange (2011a, 2011b, 2011c)
President of the Zagreb Stock Exchange, said, "Events in recent months have demonstrated beyond all doubt the need for holistic transaction monitoring services.
Expression of Interest for Consultant to enhance key corporate governance practices of listed companies and their disclosure in Croatia, by improving the recommendations of the Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE) Code and strengthen its monitoring and implementation (the Assignment).
15% of the issued share capital of Arenaturist a Croatian public company whose shares are traded on the Zagreb Stock Exchange.
Trade is most fervent on the Zagreb Stock Exchange, as most refrained are traders in securities in Montenegro.
Nordic stock exchange operator OMX AB said on Thursday (9 November) that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Croatia's Zagreb Stock Exchange regarding cooperation.
An example of EBRD-Taiwanese cooperation is support for the SME Growth Market Project, a joint initiative by the Zagreb Stock Exchange and the EBRD, and co-funded by the TaiwanBusiness-EBRD Technical Cooperation Fund, that promotes the development of, and access to finance for, small and medium-sized enterprises.
d (Arenaturist), a Croatian public company traded on the Zagreb Stock Exchange, and 100% ownership of three Croatian private companies (together the Arenaturist Group).
The Zagreb Stock Exchange proposes livening up of the stock markets of the countries of former SFRY by way of listing of companies on a few stock markets in the region simultaneously.
Icelandic generic drug maker Actavis is considering a listing on the Zagreb stock exchange in Croatia, a company source told Icelandic Financial News (IFN) on Monday (27 March).