The Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) announced on Thursday that Romania‘s Ministry of Finance attracted RON 872.5mln and EUR 42.1mln, worth over RON 1bln through three new Fidelis government bonds sold on the capital market.
The total value of the six rounds of financing carried out in 2020 and 2021 on BVB by the Ministry of Finance exceeds RON 9bln (EUR 1.8bln), according to a press release.
“During this year, individuals have invested over RON 4.3bln in FIDELIS government bonds, which shows that the program enjoys a high interest, being a saving tool both in RON and EUR,” stated Adrian Caciu, Minister of Finance.
“The Fidelis program has already become a reference for the Ministry of Finance, for Bucharest Stock Exchange, but also for Romanians who choose this form of investment. These six offers carried out in the last two years confirm that the Ministry of Finance is a partner of the entire capital market,” said Radu Hanga, Bucharest Stock Exchange President.
The Ministry of Finance carried out the public offer for the sale of Fidelis government bonds for individual investors on BVB between November 18 and December 10, 2021.
The offer was carried out with the support of BT Capital Partners (Lead Manager) & Banca Transilvania, Banca Comerciala Romana and BRD – Groupe Societe Generale.