Slovenia's Central Bank Abolishes Fiduciary Accounts

Ljubljana, 30 May - The central bank of Slovenia has liberalised the purchase of securities for foreigners on Slovenia's stock exchange by abolishing fiduciary accounts. The current regime concerning the fiduciary accounts for the purchase of short-term securities on the capital market will, however, stays in place, the Bank of Slovenia said on Wednesday.

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