With BT Capital Partners, the brokerage company of Banca Transilvania you can make stock-market investments in the major economies of the world.
Trading shares on international markets is available through the BT-Trade platform and through BT Capital Partners brokers.
Where can you trade:
|NORTH & CENTRAL AMERICA|
|9. Germany: XETRA|
|10. Germany: Frankfurt|
|11. Germany: Others|
|15. United Kingdom|
|ASIA & OCEANIA|
Bucharest Stock Exchange
- The Bucharest Stock Exchange was influenced throughout its operation by the social and political events of the time, being closed during the First World War. After reopening, it underwent significant developments for a period of 7 years, followed by another 7 years of accelerated downfall.
- The stock exchange activity was suspended in 1948, following the establishment of the communist rule and the beginning of nationalization. At the time, the stock listed shares issued by 93 companies and 77 fixed income securities (bonds).
- Almost 50 years later, the Bucharest Stock Exchange was reestablished in 1995 and held the first trading session on November 20, 1995.
- From then onwards, the Bucharest Stock Exchange has developed continuously. In 2010, the Bucharest Stock Exchange was listed on its own regulated market. In the same year, an alternative trading system was launched, serving SMEs and start-up companies in search of finance.
- Most of the largest companies in Romania are listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange, such as OMV Petrom S.A., S.N.G.N. Romgaz S.A., Fondul Proprietatea, Banca Transilvania, Electrica and Transgaz.
- Nowadays, the Bucharest Stock Exchange is building a competitive capital market in Central and Eastern Europe, providing financing opportunities for companies looking to raise funds on the Romanian capital market.
- The BSE has experienced an increasing capital flow from retail and institutional investors, both national and international.
- The Romanian capital market has placed itself on an ambitious development track and the future growth perspectives are optimistic, considering the declared intent to become an “emerging market” according to Morgan Stanley Capital International classification.