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  • Tatiana Ivanicichina, Deputy Governor

    3rd Wednesday of the month: 14.00-16.00;
    Telephone: +373 22 822 607.


  • Constantin Șchendra, Deputy Governor

    4th Wednesday of the month: 14.00-16.00;
    Telephone: +373 22 822 607.

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28.06.2023

About investments and financial market developments in a new podcast from the series "Give sense to money"

 


The second podcast in the "Give sense to money" series launched today, 29 June 2023, comes with news about the capital market and government securities, as well as useful information on the prospects for the development of the infrastructure of financial instruments.

The guest of journalist Liliana Barbarosie is Alexandru Savva, advisor to the Governor of the NBM - specialist in the field of financial markets, with over 20 years of experience.
The interview focuses on topics related to investment instruments available on the market of the Republic of Moldova, challenges in their development, the activity of the Single Central Securities Depository (SCD) and measures to boost investments. The podcast will also include the "Money in a nutshell" rubric, which will provide answers to questions such as: What can you invest in the Republic of Moldova? What are the arguments in favour of government securities? When will it be possible to invest in the stock market in the Republic of Moldova? etc.

The podcast can be watched on 29 June from 9.00 am on the following platforms:

The podcast "Give sense to money" aims to systematically explain economic subjects as the crises of recent years have repeatedly highlighted the need to strengthen the financial education of Moldovan citizens.

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