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Fondul Proprietatea promotes Romania abroad

Fondul Proprietatea in partnership with Wood&Company organized the third Romania Investor Days in London event on 29 February and 1 March 2016.

2016-02-29 15:28:45

The event aims to offer international investors dedicated to the CEE region an insight into the latest developments in Romania and the Romanian capital market and to facilitate meetings with senior management from major Romanian companies, both listed and unlisted. In terms of attendance, the event has attracted over 100 participants from 56 investment management firms collectively representing over USD 4,500 billion in assets under management.

The event features presentations and speeches from representatives of the Presidential Administration, the Government of Romania, the Ministry of Public Finance, the Ministry of Economy, Commerce and Relations with the Business Environment, the Ministry of Energy, the National Bank of Romania, the Financial Supervisory Authority, The International Monetary Fund, Franklin Templeton Investments and London Stock Exchange. During both days, over 160 meetings will held between the investors and the management teams of the participating companies, including: Alro, Banca Transilvania, BRD Groupe Societe Generale, Bucharest Airports, Bucharest Stock Exchange, CE Oltenia, Conpet, Electrica, Fondul Proprietatea, Hidroelectrica, NEPI, Nuclearelectrica, OMV Petrom, Posta Romana, RCS&RDS, Salrom, SIF 1 Banat Crisana, SIF 2 Moldova, SIF 3 Transilvania, Romgaz, Teraplast, Transelectrica and Transgaz.

Greg Konieczny, Fund Manager of Fondul Proprietatea, commented: "Since 2010 Fondul Proprietatea has been working endlessly to increase the visibility and profile of the Fund, the local capital market, and Romania as an investment destination to a broader base of international institutional investors. The Fund, with its diverse portfolio, enabled foreign investors to get a clear snapshot of Romania's investment opportunities, which in turn determined them to become active players on the Romanian capital market, by looking beyond the Fund's shares and investing in other listed and unlisted companies in Romania. The record high participation at this year's event is further proof that Romania is very attractive given the country's strong fundamentals, but new IPOs are needed in order to maintain interest from foreign institutional investors".

Kristen Andrasko, Co-Head of equities, Wood & Company added: "This is the third edition of the Romania Investors Day and we are thrilled to see a record number of international investors meeting with Romanian companies, Government representatives and market authorities: a reflection of the growing importance of this market. At Wood & Company we continue our strong commitment to the Romanian capital market, one of the focal points of our business. We aim to maintain and consolidate our market position as a leader and remain firmly dedicated to increasing Romania′s visibility among emerging and frontier market investors globally."

During 2015, Fondul Proprietatea undertook frequent investor relations activities designed to increase Romania's visibility abroad and raise awareness among international investors. This included:
-participating in 24 global and regional emerging and frontier market conferences in New York, London, Dubai, Zurs, Zagreb, Vienna, Warsaw, Prague, Stegersbach and Bucharest, involving meetings with over 220 international and local institutional investors and analysts interested in finding out more details about the Fund and Romania's economy;

-organising 15 road-shows in the most important financial centres in Europe (London), the United States (New York, Dallas, Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco), Canada (Toronto and Montreal) and the Middle-East (Dubai) and meeting over 220 international institutional investment firms.



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