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Rabobank is a cooperative bank and does not have shareholders. Several investment products of Rabobank are listed. For example Rabobank Certificates, which are quoted on the NYSE Euronext Amsterdam (RABO). The Rabobank Certificates, an investment product with the characteristics of deep subordinated bonds, enable you to invest in Rabobank.
The legal name of Rabobank is Coöperatieve Rabobank U.A., with its registered office in Amsterdam and registered with the Chamber of Commerce in Utrecht (registration number 30046259). Rabobank is one of the trade names. All local Rabobanks (a division of Coöperatieve Rabobank U.A.) have their own trade names. 'Rabobank Group' is not a legal entity. It is the collection of Rabobank and the related subsidiaries and associates. Rabobank is a shareholder in various specialised companies such as DLL and Rabo Real Estate Group. Through these subsidiaries and associates, Rabobank is specialised in a number of areas of financial services. Rabobank also has a sizeable international banking business. The international banking business focuses on international business and rural activities in general and on the Food & Agri sector in particular.
Rabobank is a cooperative bank and does not have shareholders, but members. Rabobank does, however, have various investment products that are listed on the stock exchange, such as Rabobank Certificates that are listed on Euronext Amsterdam (RABO). You can invest in Rabobank through Rabobank Certificates, which are a deeply subordinated investment product.
Rabobank Certificates is an investment product by which you invest in Rabobank. As per 27 January 2014, the Rabobank Certificates is tradable on the NYSE Euronext Amsterdam.