Shares

Carry out your stock market transactions with ING

Would you like to invest in the stock market by buying or selling shares? Do this with ING, on the main equity markets, very simply.

  • Buy and sell shares

    ING gives you access to its home markets (Euronext Brussels, Paris, and Amsterdam) as well as to a selection of the largest market capitalisations.

  • Transactions online and in branch

    Execute your orders directly online or contact your ING branch.

  • Discounts with Home’Bank

    You receive additional discounts on stock market orders you place using Home’Bank.

A share is a unit of ownership of a company's capital. A shareholder is an owner of the company, in proportion to the number of shares he or she holds. Shares in companies listed on the stock exchange can be traded freely on the stock exchange.

Shares are securities which represent part of a business’s capital. To hold a share means having ownership of a part of a company.

  • Bankruptcy risk: if a business goes bankrupt the investor risks losing the capital invested (capital loss risk) and not collecting the amounts to which they are entitled.
  • Fluctuation risks in the value of the financial instrument (market risk)
  • Exchange rate risk: this risk applies to financial instruments quoted in a foreign currency. When buying a selling this type of financial instrument an exchange rate free of 3% is applied to the amount invested
  • Liquidity risk

All forms of investment carry risk. Before investing in the stock exchange we advise you to familiarise yourself with how shares work.


You will find below information on current transaction available for your participation:

  • Company : MONTEA Comm. VA
  • Description : Secondary Public Offer with preferential right
  • Period : from 22.02.2019 till 28.02.2019 included
  • Documentation :  
  • More info on www.montea.com, external site of ING

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