Investing in Treasury Bills for retail clients
Treasury Bills are short term securities with maturity up to 1 year. Actually in Albania are issued Treasury Bills with maturity of 3, 6, and 12 months. T-Bills are issued by the Government of the Republic of Albania Treasury bills are issued in the form of register in the account. Trading Treasury Bills is performed by licensed institutions. Credins Bank is licensed by the Albanian Financial Supervisory Authority (AMF) to trade Treasury Bills. Each investor is equipped with an ownership certificate. The Treasury Bills register is held from the Bank of Albania for individual’s securities, or on behalf of a licensed Bank by the Albanian Financial Supervisory Authority (AMF).
All individuals who want to invest in low risk financial instruments, but with relatively higher interest rates than deposits. Also those individual investors who wish to buy securities to achieve a secure cash flow. Treasury Bills are traded in a secondary market to guarantee to the owner competitive advantages.
Credins Bank is a member of the Albanian Securities Exchange (ALSE).
Through this membership, the Brokerage Company Credins Bank sh.a is authorized to carry out transactions in the Albanian Stock Exchange of Securities issued by the Albanian Government. Credins Bank is one of the five (five) banks in the country, selected for the development of the secondary government securities market. To all foreign customers who wish to invest their money in securities, the Bank offers: – Timely delivery of securities services (coupon payments, interest rates etc.) as well as information on interest rates and market prices for your investments at any time. – Simple, competitive fees and negotiation options depending on amounts and deadlines.
Features of this Service:
• Opening of the securities account/escrow account; • Payment of all transactions with your portfolio securities (such as purchase, sale, transfer of ownership) in the Albanian market of securities; • Registering of all transactions of the securities portfolio; • Reporting and confirmation of paid transactions as well as sending information on the current portfolio situation periodically; • Evaluating the portfolio and reporting its current situation periodically; • Maintaining the relationship with the issuer of financial instruments (Ministry of Finance and Bank of Albania), for everything regarding the market representation, coupon payment, taxes etc.;
Treasury Bills are short term securities with maturity up to 1 year. Actually in Albania are issued Treasury Bills with maturity of 3, 6, and 12 months. T-Bills are issued by the Government of the Republic of Albania