Reception of orders for the sale of free shares in post offices.

You can trade in the free shares of Public enterprise Airport "Nikola Tesla" a. d. Belgrade and "NIS" at the post office counters. Citizens are able to issue orders to sell these shares in about 1,300 units of the postal network, every work day from Monday to Friday. 

Check the list of post offices authorized to receive orders for the first sell of free shares.

You need a valid ID, and the answer to the following three questions.

  • Number of shares
    How many shares do you want to sell?
  • The minimum price
    What is the minimum price you would like to sell a share for
  • The current account number
    What is the number of the current account to which you want the money to be paid to?

For more information, please dial 0700 100 300 (free call) or send an SMS inquiry with the text AKCIJE_ (space), unique number of the order, to the number 2377.

The price of SMS is 30 RSD (plus VAT).

Notification

Post of Serbia would like to inform all the citizens, the individual holders of free shares, that the time limit for issuing orders at the post office counters without charge is extended until 31 December 2020.

Documentation required for selling free shares

The only document you need to have is a valid ID card.

In case a citizen wants to sell shares in someone else`s name, he/she must have: a valid ID card, and the copy of the same, an ID card and a copy of it of a person the sale is carried out for, as well as two copies of the original special authorization, certified at court exclusively for this purpose, one copy of which, along with ID card copies, shall be submitted at the post office counter, and the other copy is to be kept in case of possible further issuing of orders.

In case a citizen is a guardian, or has an extended parental right, it is necessary to submit his/her ID card for inspection, a copy of ID card, two copies of the original decision issued by the competent authority (a competent court or a welfare institution), certified at court, as well as two copies of the original certificate of life for the shareholder, not older than 30 days; one copy of all documents is to be submitted at the post office counter, and the other copies are to be kept for the purpose of possible further issuing of orders.