Professional Capital Finance sponsorizeaza “Mic dejun de lucru cu dl. Daniel Daianu”

On January 2016 | Category: Company  

Professional Capital Finance sponsorizeaza “Mic dejun de lucru cu dl. Daniel Daianu”.
Comunicatul de presa:

Asociația Firmelor Spaniole din România (ASEMER) va organiza marţi, 16 februarie 2016, un mic dejun de lucru cu dl. Daniel Dăianu, membru în Consiliul de Administraţie al Băncii Naţionale a României şi fost ministru al Finanţelor.

Tematica: Situaţia economică actuală din România şi perspectivele de dezvoltare economică a ţării.

Locul desfăşurării: Hotel Cişmigiu, Bd. Regina Elisabeta nr. 38, sector 5, Bucureşti
Sala Lipscani, etajul 1.

Sosirea şi înregistrarea participanţilor: 09:00 – 09:20 AM

Începerea activităţii: 09:30 AM

Final: 11:00 AM aproximativ

În cadrul acţiunii, vom avea traducere simultană din română în spaniolă şi invers.

Numărul participanţilor este limitat.

Pentru membrii ASEMER participarea este gratuită, în limita maximă a 2 reprezentanţi/firmă membru. Începând cu cel de-al treilea reprezentant, se va achita o taxă de participare de 120 lei TVA inclus / persoană.

Persoanele care nu sunt membru ASEMER şi doresc să asiste la eveniment vor achita o taxă de 120 lei TVA inclus / persoană.

Vă rugăm să confirmaţi participarea pe email, la office@asemer.ro şi să specificaţi următoarele detalii:
– numele si prenumele participantului
– firma pe care o reprezintă
– funcţia
– telefonul mobil

Sponsor:
Professional Capital Finance

www.professional-capital.ro
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National Bank of Romania (NBR) Telegraphs Plans to Reduce Key Interest Rate from 5.25% to 4.25% in the Next 6 Months

On May 2013 | Category: Market  

At its meeting at the beginning of May the National Bank of Romania (NBR) has announced “that starting with its next  meeting on June, 1st 2013 it plans to implement a series of moderate interest rate reductions from the current level of 5.25%”. Since another decision taken at the same meeting was to increase the interest rate it pays commercial banks that deposit funds overnight at NBR,  through its deposit facility, from 1.25% to 2.25%, analysts have reached the conclusion that most probably the “series of moderate interest rate reductions” will contain four succesive 0.25% reductions to at least 4.25% by the end of the year.

The reduction of the benchmark interest rate will have numerous positive effects for the Romanian economy including: the Romanian Government will be able to borrow more cheaply from the money market, the private companies in Romania will be able to access cheaper loans from the Romanian commercial banks and the value of all Romanian financial assets (especially bonds and stocks) will increase. The value of all Romanian private companies will also increase since the future cash-flows will be discounted at a lower weighted average cost of capital in the future.

Romanian Government Borrows Money at Record Low Rate on Local Money Market

On May 2013 | Category: Market  

In the first week of May 2013 the Romanian Government has managed to borrow 800 million RON in treasury certificates with one year maturity at a record low interest rate of 3.98%.

Just one month before, at the beginning of April 2013, the Romanian Government was able to borrow a similar amount of money in treasury certificates with one year maturity at an interest rate of 4.99%.

Less than 9 months ago, the Romanian Government had to pay an interest rate of 5.80% in order to borrow a similar amount of money in treasury certificates with one year maturity.

The significant decrease in the level of interest rates at which the Romanian Government can borrow money is due to recent declarations of the NBR officials that they are planning a series of reductions in the level of the benchmark interest rate and also to the very low interest rates that exist in the other European Union countries, which make Romanian Goverment treasury certificates and bonds very attractive at yields of even 4%. In addition, a number of international banks suchs as JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank and Barclays have included Romanian bonds in their Emerging Market Generic Bond Indices and are also actively advising their clients to buy such securities.

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