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Smart and convenient way to investing through reliable service provider


1 Eur

Minimum sum needed 

863 Eur

The usual size of investor’s portfolio in SEB 


Of all investors in SEB who have invested in stocks

Customer-oriented and responsive bank and very competent employees.

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I like those colourful tools to open a digital coin jar and savings account. It’s very easy.

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Convenient, fast services, reliable, stable bank.

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Get a personalised investment solution in the mobile app 24/7

  • From an idea to a suitable solution in only 15 minutes
  • Invest with as little as 1 Eur
  • Simple process - no previous investment experience is needed

How to start investing?

  1. Choose the type of investment

    Learn about different investment products and their specifics, also investment related risks, costs and charges. Choose the product that fits your needs the best and which is appropriate and suitable for you.
    Investment ABC

  2. Open investment and securities accounts

    First, open investment account if you want to postpone taxation of the investment income. It will also help you simplify taxation of income received from investing.
    Then you need a securities account to be able to invest. It holds the securities you own and is needed for securities transactions. 
    Investment account
    Securities account

  1. Start investing

    Transfer money from your current account to investment account.

    Submit a security purchase order in the internet bank. If you wish to invest into investment funds or stocks, you can set up regular investments in the internet bank so you don’t have to do that manually every time. 

  2. Keep track of your investments

    You can see the return of your investment on SEB mobile app or internet bank.
    Check the results

Investment ABC

If you are new to investing, it could be difficult to understand all the details. So, we created a short guide which will help you to find out more information.

  • Guide on how to get started
  • Ideas on what to look for when choosing where to invest
  • Differences between investing products

If you are new to investing, it could be difficult to understand all the details. So, we created a short guide which will help you to find out more information.

Investing in funds, ETFs, bonds or stocks

Investment funds

  • Preferred for long-term investments
  • Start from just 1 euro
  • Wide selection – various strategy, geography, stock, bond and technology funds

ETFs (Exchange-traded funds)

  • Possibility to trade in securities on various global markets
  • Lower costs and charges than investment funds
  • With this instrument you can quickly respond to market changes, i.e., buy or sell the units when the time or trends are right.

Bonds, debt securities

  • Predictable level of earnings
  • You can sell bonds before their maturity date
  • Fluctuations of the return on investments are lower in comparison to the investment funds


  • Intended for experienced investors
  • Ability to invest directly in various companies
  • You can buy the stocks of the Baltic as well as overseas’ companies on many major stock exchanges

Not sure how to start? Our consultants can help.

  • You can consult online via video meeting
  • Review of your financial situation and needs

When providing investment services, we always comply with Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) and other regulatory requirements.


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  • Investor protection measures required by MiFID and other regulatory requirements
  • Transparency of financial markets
  • Your investments are kept separated from the bank’s balance sheet which means they are protected from bank’s creditors

Keep money for investing separately on an investment account

  • Recommended for transactions with funds, stocks, bonds, and ETFs
  • An opportunity to defer the payment of personal income tax
  • Convenient transparent transactions in various financial instruments

You need a securities account to invest

  • It is used to hold securities and engage in securities transactions
  • Transfer to or receive securities from third parties, i.e., to or from other individuals or companies
  • An opportunity to buy and sell by using the internet bank
  • No fees for opening the intra-bank securities account in the internet bank