Brokerage services

RCB Bank Ltd, Luxembourg Branch, provides access to a wide range of securities and also offers services for the structuring of complex transactions, purchasing of shares and acquiring a share in the capital of companies.

The Bank employs a state of the art infrastructure designed to provide quick and efficient client-focused brokerage service to investors.

The Bank provides investment services and activities to investors considered to be Professional investors or Eligible Counterparties in accordance with the MiFID categorization rules.

On matters relating to the categorization of clients, as well as to obtain more information about the Bank’s investment products and services, please contact RCB Bank Ltd, Luxembourg Branch or RCB Telephone Banking.

The main features of brokerage services
  • Access to a wide range of financial instruments traded on Russian and international financial markets, via the Bank’s wide network of partners on all of the world’s key trading floors;
  • Operation time for clients’ instructions: 09:00 – 16:30 Luxembourg time;
  • English, French and Russian speaking investment services professionals;
  • Special tariffs for large transactions.
Commissions and Charges for brokerage services
Bonds
Less than 10m USD1 0,125%
(min. 150 USD)
More than 10m USD1 0,0625%
Equities
Less than 100.000 USD1 0,25%
(min. 200 USD)
100.000 - 999.999 USD1 0,20%
1m — 10m USD1 0,15%
More than 10m USD1 Determined individually
REPO for bonds and equities
For period less than 45 days 0,25% p.a.
For periods 45-180 days 0,50% p.a.

1Or equivalent in applicable currency.

The advantages of brokerage services
  • Access to a wide range of financial instruments traded on international financial markets, via the Bank’s wide network of partners on all of the world’s key trading floors;
  • Competitive tariffs and individual approach;
  • Modern infrastructure for brokerage operations on the FOREX market, with securities and for REPO transactions;
  • The opportunity to conclude REPO deals for securities deposited with the Bank, in order to attract short-term finance.