Romania ready to reboot stalled privatisation with Hidroelectrica

A successful listing of state-owned Hidroelectrica could serve as a catalyst for further sales of state-owned assets in Romania, investors believe.

  • By GlobalCapital
  • 11 May 2016

The flotation of energy firm Hidroelectrica this year is expected to restart Romania’s stalled privatisation programme and earn the country a place in emerging market stock indices, according to leading investors.

The Romanian government last week revived a mandate issued in 2014 to two banks — Morgan Stanley ...

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