Newsweek Romania organizes the Financial Education Summit: Opportunities offered by the capital market ”- June 6, 2022, at 15.00, in online format.
In this new edition we aim to promote to entrepreneurs the concept of financing through the capital market, to contribute to changing mindsets and to show, through success stories, all the advantages for business development, but also the responsibilities towards shareholders.
We will discuss the prospects for increasing the number of companies listed on the Stock Exchange, what were the effects of listing state-owned companies on the capital market, but also what concrete measures should be taken to maintain the pace of IPOs, what are the advantages they have the companies present on the stock exchange, but also how retail investors can be attracted.
We will also try to find out from specialists who and how well-founded are the fears of entrepreneurs to list their companies on the Stock Exchange.
Newsweek Romania has established itself, in the last 4 years, on the business events market, where it has positioned itself not only as an important opinion maker, but also as the main intermediary of communication between the business environment and the Romanian regulators.
The events organized by Newsweek Romania are in the top of the audiences on the profile market and generate current content, adapted to the needs of the private business environment. Newsweek Romania aims to contribute to informing its public about the methods of financing through the capital market and the types of investments that can be made.
The campaign for such financial education events started last year and three such events have already taken place.
The second edition of 2022 was a SUMMIT OF FINANCIAL EDUCATION will take place online and will be broadcast live on newsweek.ro (site in the Top 10 most read News and Analysis sites in the ranking published by SATI, with a traffic of over 2.2 million unique readers per month) and on the Facebook page of Newsweek Romania (over 60,000 followers and a monthly impact of posts – post reach – of over 5 million people.
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Meta Estate Trust
Meta Estate Trust is a holding company, with a unique business model, which democratizes access to the real estate market by listing on the capital market.
The company creates a bridge between the real estate market and the capital market, offering liquidity and access to any investor to the returns offered by the real estate market.
Co-founder of Bittnet Group
Bittnet Group (stock symbol: BNET) is the first IT company in Romania listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange and the only one on the Regulated Market.
Currently, the group consists of companies that offer investor exposure to the entire IT&C industry in Romania in various fields of activity, such as education, infrastructure and cloud, cyber security, business applications, software development: Bittnet Training, Dendrio, ELIAN Solutions, Equatorial Gaming, The eLearning Company, Softbinator Technologies, ISEC, Computer Learning Center, IT Prepared, GRX and Nenos Software.
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➜ How do we realize the advantages of the emerging market status that BVB has had for a year? What were the immediate effects?
➜ What does the Romanian capital market need to become more attractive for personal investments?
➜ What are the strategies for attracting new issuers?
➜ How retail investors can be attracted.
➜ What concrete steps should be taken to maintain the pace of IPOs? What needs to be done to attract larger companies?
➜ Legislative news.
➜ Advantages of financing through the capital market (shares or bonds). Steps required for this process.
➜ What and how well-founded are the fears of entrepreneurs to list their company on the Stock Exchange.
➜ What are the opportunities to finance the economy through the capital market?
➜ How do we persuade Romanian companies to be listed on the Stock Exchange?
➜ What were the effects of listing state-owned companies on the capital market?
➜ Did the capital market governance criteria manage to influence the management of the listed state-owned companies?