The European Commission recently highlighted the 10th anniversary of the European Globalization Adjustment Fund (EGF), which assists member states in helping workers whose jobs are negatively affected by globalization.
Bucharest Stock Exchange's (BVB) traded shares are experiencing massive growth this year, ranking Romania the sixth largest increase in the world, according to a release on the stock exchange's website.
International watchdog Transparency International says 11 of 12 Balkan nations are perceived as “highly corrupt,” and that Kosovo, Macedonia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Albania, Bulgaria and Serbia have “endemic corruption” in their public sector.
Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) and Radio Romania Actualitati (RRA) have signed an agreement to boost the information framework while supporting and promoting financial literacy nationwide, according to a BVB press release.
The Bank of Cyprus recently released its preliminary group financial results for the first quarter of this year and for last year, which show progress towards the group’s goal of reducing risk, as well as a modest after tax profit of $67.6 million.
Following the completion of the rights issues transaction that was approved by the UniCredit S.p.A. board of directors in early February, the company recently released the new composition of its share capital.
A U.S.-based workforce management and recruiting company that is disrupting the industry has moved a considerable amount of its operations into Athens, Greece, in part, to take advantage of talent pools in an emerging tech community
Following his appointment as U.S. commerce secretary, Wilbur L. Ross Jr. recently resigned from his role as a member and vice chairman on the boards of directors for the Bank of Cyprus Holdings Public Limited Co. and the Bank of Cyprus Public Co. Limited.