Bucharest Stock Exchange’s Sobolewski: Romania needs American investors to advance to emerging market

Bucharest Stock Exchange’s Sobolewski: Romania needs American investors to advance to emerging market

The Romanian capital market needs American corporate investors and their global network to get the liquidity and development necessary to attain the status of emerging market, says Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) CEO Ludwik Sobolewski.

“The Bucharest Stock Exchange has the fastest growth pace in Europe and the investors’ interest in Romania is increasing, as shown also by big regional brokers like Ipopema (Poland) and Concorde (Hungary), who have registered directly in Romania to offer their clients direct access to Romanian companies. In its path towards the goal of advancing to the emerging market status, the Romanian capital market also needs corporate investors from the United States and their global network, for liquidity and development. If they invest now, they will be the first to benefit from the market growth, as we are going to turn the Bucharest Stock Exchange into a financial hub of the Southeastern Europe,” Sobolewski said at the second Romania Investors Day in New York, as quoted by a release of the BVB on Thursday. More…