ETF (Exchange Traded Funds) | DNB
ETF (Exchange Traded Funds)

With exchange traded funds (ETF) your business can invest spare funds across a wide range of geographic regions and industry sectors.

Why invest in ETF units?

Risk warning! Investing involves risks! Read more below.

How to invest in ETF units?

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Familiarise yourself with the investment opportunities.

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Invest online

 With internet banking you can invest instantly online.

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Invest in selected countries and industry sectors

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For trading in and (or) safekeeping of financial instruments you need a payment account with DNB bank. You can open a payment account separately. For the information on the cost and fees related to opening and using a payment account please refer here.
Risk warning 
Investing involves risks. The value of the investment during the investment period may increase or decrease, and the return is not guaranteed. In certain cases the investor may lose the invested sum and loses may accumulate in excess of the initial investment. Further information about DNB investment services, terms and conditions, price lists and the related risks can be found hereMore...
This page provides general information only. Before deciding to invest in specific investment funds, be familiar with DNB's Description of Financial Instruments and Related Risks, fund’s Key Investor Information Document and/or other fund’s documents, as well as carefully evaluate information about specific features, benefits and risk factors of units of the investment fund. This information cannot be construed as a recommendation or an offer to buy specific financial instruments, to sell or retain them. In no way this information can be regarded as part of any transaction, to be concluded in the future.