Evangelos Marinakis on CPLP’s bond listing at the Athens Stock Exchange: “Green investments are the future”

"We have been engaged with financial markets since 2007 when we were first listed in New York at the Nasdaq stock exchange. Since then we have paid more than $800 million in dividends to our investors" Evangelos Marinakis, the Founder and President of Capital Maritime & Trading Corp. said today, on the occasion of the listing of CPLP's bond on the Athens Stock Exchange (ATHEX).

Developing local investor community, top priority for Bucharest Stock Exchange

Developing local investor community so as to have a much higher participation of the Romanian population in the capital market is the top priority for the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB), CEO Adrian Tanase affirmed. "It is very important to have a dialogue with companies and familiarize them with the mechanisms of the capital market so that entrepreneurs fully understand its advantages.

Angel investors to meet in Istanbul

The World Congress of Angel Investors 2020 (WBAF 2020) will start in Istanbul next week on Feb. 17 with hundreds of participants from 92 countries.

WBAF 2020 will host 132 international speakers on 24 panels, including angel investors, venture capitalists, policymakers, entrepreneurs, and business leaders from around the globe, Anadolu Agency reported.

Foreign investors eye Turkish start-ups

Turkish start-ups, which received $93 million investments last year, draw the attention of foreign investors. 

Lastly, on-demand delivery application Getir, which means "Bring" in Turkish, received $38 million investment from a group of foreign investors under the leadership of Sir Michael Moritz, a renown investor in Silicon Valley. 

Delphi Forum roundtable presents Greece's investment plan

Institutional investors from international investment groups and business group representatives were presented with a full picture of the country's investment map by government ministers and deputies, during a Foreign Direct Investments Roundtable organized by the Delphi Economic Forum on Friday.

Franklin Templeton's Romania CEO: Time Gov't was genuinely concerned to develop country's capital market

The government should be genuinely concerned to develop the country's capital market, and the listing of state-owned companies such as Hidroelectrica and Bucharest Airports could significantly contribute to Romania's promotion to emerging market status, says Johan Meyer, Franklin Templeton Investments CEO and Fondul Proprietatea portfolio manager.

Rumen Radev Wants the Bulgarian State to Research the Investors and Their Plans For the Implementation of Belene NPP

"Having so many investors is a positive sign and shows that this plant is necessary and can be profitable, because when a business applies for something, it knows very well." This was what President Rumen Radev told journalists today in response to a question about the stated investor interest in the construction of Belene NPP, cited by the Presidency press secretariat.

Panagiotakis approves entry of strategic investor in PPC

The Public Power Corporation's (PPC) President and CEO Manolis Panagiotakis today told the embattled company's Annual Shareholders' Meeting today that the two options that lie ahead if the hugely indebted company is to stand on its feet are either to maintain the Greek state's position as majority stakeholder with a radical restructuring of the framework of operation and the state's role or to