The Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE) is the primary securities exchange in Bulgaria, serving as a crucial component of the country's capital market infrastructure. Established in 1997, the BSE has played a pivotal role in the development of Bulgaria's financial sector and has become a significant hub for investment and trading activities.
The BSE provides a platform for the trading of various financial instruments, including stocks, bonds, investment certificates, and derivatives. It serves as a marketplace where companies can raise capital by issuing and selling securities to investors, enabling them to fund their operations, expand their businesses, or undertake strategic initiatives. Likewise, investors have the opportunity to buy and sell these securities, aiming to generate profits by capitalizing on market trends, company performance, and other relevant factors.
The BSE operates under the supervision and regulation of the Financial Supervision Commission (FSC) in Bulgaria.
Government of Bulgaria (44%), Freefloat
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