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Broad choice of investments

Structured investment instruments

Each structured investment instrument incorporates features of several investment instruments: traditional  (shares or bonds), less popular (commodities or currencies) and derivatives (for instance, options). They enable you to invest in markets where doing it directly is tricky for small investors.

 

  • Reference item linked note

    Reference item linked note

    You have the opportunity to invest in stock markets and in markets for commodities, currencies and other financial instruments.

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  • Structured notes

    Structured notes

    You can expect a similar return on investment as from securities of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania and earn additionally should the value of the financial instrument to which the notes are linked change favourably.

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  • Investment notes

    Investment notes

    You have the opportunity to earn both when the value of the financial instrument to which investment notes are linked increases and decreases as long as it does not reach the defined limit.

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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.

Structured investment instruments can be sold in the secondary market before the redemption date, but in that case their price may be higher or lower than their nominal value. This depends on changes in the value of the financial instrument to which the structured investment notes are linked, interest rate changes, time remaining until the notes redemption date, demand and supply of notes on the market and other factors.

This information is marketing material and cannot be understood as personal recommendation, order or invitation to invest and may not constitute any basis or part of any subsequent transaction. Investment return is associated with risk, the value of investments may increase or decrease, thus former positive performance results are not indicative of future results. Before you decide to invest in structured investment instruments you should familiarise yourself with relevant issue prospectuses and related risk factors and independently or with the help of consultants assess whether the risks are acceptable to you.

For more information about the risk factors please refer to the issue prospectuses for structured investment instruments and the publication "Description of risks related to financial instruments" (PDF, 150 KB, in Lithuanian). Alternatively, you can call us on the 24/7 private customer line +370 5 268 2800 or business customer line +370 5 268 2822 or visit any SEB bank unit.

Please note that the services described here are not intended for investors within the jurisdiction other than that of SEB bank units providing these services and investment opportunities, authorisation to invest and investing in locations of certain jurisdictions, including the United States of America, Canada, Japan and Australia, may be unlawful. SEB bank may not advise on investment issues, promote investments, solicit or offer investments where any such may be unlawful. If you live or read information on this website at a location within the jurisdiction other than the one of the SEB bank unit which provides this information, you are responsible for compliance with the laws and other legal acts which may be applicable to you. If you need more information, please contact your SEB bank account manager or any SEB bank unit.

 

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