Why should I invest in Romania?

Although capital markets are not a novelty for developed economies (first trades in shares, bonds or futures were done hundreds of years ago), in emerging economies like that of Romania, investors in stocks retain a fairly exotic aura.

While a large part of the US and EU population owns securities, whether directly by investing themselves or indirectly, via an investment or pension fund, in Romania only a small part of the population has decided to familiarize itself with the workings of the capital market, the bulk of savings still being directed to cash deposits.

It’s true that managing your securities holdings assumes doing some research, or probably more than just for commercial bank’s savings products, but some believe it may be worthwhile.

For general stocks information, you can check out some of the financial websites and blogs like:



For information regarding the Romanian capital market, financial information or research, beside visiting the exchange website (www.bvb.ro), we invite you to contact our brokers at +40 21 408 42 01.

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