Romania’s Government will carry out a new Treasury bill offer on the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) between March 1 and March 19. The offer is part of the Fidelis program, under which the Government managed to raise RON 4.74 bln (nearly EUR 1 bln) to the public budget in 2020, according to Romania-Insider.com.
The new offer of government bonds under the Fidelis program includes bonds denominated in RON with 1-year and 3-yrs maturity and euros with 5-yrs maturity.
The bonds will then be listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange and will start trading on March 25, 2021.
“We are talking about a very low-risk placement which, once listed, offers investors flexibility in managing their money, allowing them to sell whenever they want, or buy more. This flexibility is already visible in the trading volumes of the Fidelis government securities issued last year, with investors trading them daily,” said Adrian Tanase, Bucharest Stock Exchange CEO.
The offer targets exclusively individual investors (including non-residents), and the minimum subscription value is RON 5,000 for the RON issues or EUR 1,000 for the EUR issue.
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