Moldovan Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita and eminent officials from the National Bank of Moldova (BNM) highlighted the nation’s commitment to establish reforms and integrate itself into the European Union at the Moldovan Capital Markets Day 2021 held by the London Stock Exchange on November 15th 2021. The Moldovan Capital Markets Day 2021 was held precisely 100 days since Natalia Gavrilita’s government took possession of the office.
After several years of political unrest, corruption outrages, and undulating between the West and Russia, the summer of 2021 witnessed several Moldovans voting to facilitate a solid senatorial majority to the Party of Action and Solidarity (PAS) and birthing a steady government whose schema is completely resonating with that of the president.
Moldovan Capital Markets Day 2021
Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita addressed the delegates at the London Stock Exchange event saying that they possessed a strong mandate. The government and the Moldovan President resonate in driving Moldova in the course of European integration and economic advancement based on respectable governance ideologies. This schema is both urgent and ambitious. The London Stock Exchange organized the event in collaboration with MAIB and Renaissance Capital.
Whilst President Maia Sandu, who came into power in the dusk of 2020, has assured Moscow that the government isn’t anti-Russian. She stated that her actions and those of Gavrilita’s government have precisely been concentrated on restructurings and reforms with a perspective to deepen the integration with the European Union.
Amongst the top priorities of the government resides reforms on justice, which Gavrilita stated, goes way yonder the justice system to emerge as a societal and economic reform. She highlighted that stability, predictability, and trust are significant for enticing investment.
Another significant priority is digitalization, which was already enhanced during the pandemic. Gavrilita’s government is inclusive of the country’s foremost ever deputy prime minister for digitalization. Gavrilita stated that the government wanted to transform the nation into an attractive nation wherein digital solutions are the order of the day and not an exclusion from significant activities.
Other targets are inclusive of enhancing the country’s international viewpoint and credit rating, aiding firms that strategize to list themselves on international stock exchanges, and facilitating a dais for private equity and other investment funds. Chișinău is also bearing in mind the possibility to deliver government euro bonds into fiscal projects of national significance.