Central Bank Clears Foreign-Held Banks In Romania to Pay Dividends to Stakeholders

10.18.2021 By Claudia Medrega

Romania’s central bank has cleared banks in Romania, some of which are controlled by foreign financial groups from countries such as Austria, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Greece, to pay dividends to shareholders following a multi-year hiatus imposed by the pandemic fallout.

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