Organisation that promotes the development of stock exchanges and financial markets in Central and Eastern Europe.

FBF (Fördergesellschaft für Börsen und Finanzmärkte in Mittel- und Osteuropa mbH) was founded in 1992 as part of a joint initiative between the German Federal Government, the Working Group of the German Securities Exchanges, the banking industry, and the community of German brokers. The organisation is financed with funds provided by TRANSFORM, a program run by the German Federal Government, and by Deutsche Börse AG. FBF carries out consultancy and training projects in the field of the securities market in numerous countries in Central and Eastern Europe on behalf of the German Government.

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