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Hungaryʼs Concorde Értékpapír enters Bucharest bourse

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Hungarian Concorde Értékpapír has entered the Bucharest Stock Exchange, the brokerage announced today.

To mark the occasion, György Jaksity, Concorde Értékpapírʼs chairman, and Attila Szalay-Berzeviczy, head of Raiffeisen Bank Internationalʼs securities services business, rang the opening bell of the bourse together.

According to Hungarian news agency MTI, Concorde Értékpapír is already a member of the stock exchanges in Budapest, Frankfurt and Warsaw.

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