The embarrassing situation generated at the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BSE) by its former CEO Ludwik Sobolewski, who, with the complicity of BSE president Lucian Anghel, has tried, against the will of the Board of the Exchange, to perpetuate its term beyond its expiration, this situation which is more awkward than any other in the 22-year history of the BSE, is being ignored by the festive and misleading press releases of the BSE, which have started coming out at Agerpres, since two days ago.
The press release of the BSE published yesterday is manipulate, the BSE brags about having 62,000 investors, without saying that the number is down compared to the previous quarter, which is downward over the previous quarter, which is down compared to the previous period, etc...
No, that is exactly the indicator that the BSE can't boast about, and Sobolewski's term is disastrous in terms of the number of investors: on the first day of Sobolewski's term as CEO of the BSE, on August 21st, 2013, the BSE has announced 83,000 open accounts. In other words:
Sobolewski "has succeeded" in driving away 21,000 investors from the BSE. Or:
"The Sobolewski adventure" has cost us a market contraction by 21,000 investors. Or:
In four years, Sobolewski has destroyed a quarter of the BSE market.
Do you want more?
I can rephrase it in various ways, but there is no way I can call it a success.
But there is someone else at the BSE, that is lacking the sense of embarrassment.
There is someone at the BSE, who is not interested in the truth, and in the end, is not interested in the BSE either.
There is someone at the BSE, who is exclusively interested in himself (that is the definition of the idiot, according to the ancient Greeks).
There is someone at the BSE, who wants to bring Sobolewski back.
I think that someone at the BSE should be removed.
Provided we know who it is.
Who is it?