CITR, the leader of the Romanian insolvency market, presented a summary of the company's 10-year activity, with some data on the market's evolution since the onset of the crisis. Romania recorded 16,499 new insolvencies in 2008, while the estimate for the end of this year is about 8,300, or half of the number registered ten years ago. At the same time, between 2016-2018, the number of companies entering insolvency annually became constant, between 8,300-8,600. In the same period, the number of impact companies (with assets exceeding € 1 million) that went into insolvency stabilized between 175-200.
The applications for financing agreement, together with the supporting documents, shall be sent to the General Register of the Ministry of Public Finance, mentioning on the envelope: "The implementation unit of the state aid scheme established by H.G. no. 807/2014 ".
TransferGo, the international fast online transfer company, has attracted a round of investment of EUR 8.6 million, which is the biggest amount received in a single financing round by the company.
The total capital attracted by TransferGo thus raised to EUR 17.8 million, the investment contributions coming from a range of sources including the United States, Vostok Emerging Finance, Practica Capital, and new investors from Turkey, Revo Capital.
On the background of a falling unemployment and highest GDP growth in Central and Eastern Europe, Romanian CFOs enjoy an overall positive business climate yet they focus more on consolidation rather than on expansion of their businesses, according to the ninth edition of the Deloitte CFO Survey collecting the input of some of the largest players in the Romanian economy.