Macroeconomic updates for 2023 in Romania

Date:15/02/2023 9:30 am
Location: Courtyard by Marriott Bucharest Floreasca

BRCC, together with Banca Transilvania, is delighted to invite you to our upcoming conference “Macroeconomic updates for 2023 in Romania”.

Discover the main macroeconomic forecast from our experts at Banca Transilvania.

After a strong 2022, Romania’s economy is set to slow down with real GDP growth at around 2% in the coming years due higher inflation, tighter financial conditions and the fallout from the aggression against Ukraine. Inflation is expected to peak at the end of 2022, remaining still high in 2023, before declining in 2024. Unemployment will hover around 5-6%.

The purpose of the event is to promote the discussion of macroeconomic updates, with a focus on relevance for monetary policy and financial stability. This event will focus on the challenges that Romania is facing, including paths of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, geopolitical tensions, other external factors, elevated inflation, and addressing climate change risks.

Our event can provide useful insight to those working in the following areas:

  • Top Management
  • Business executives and middle managers involved in business strategy and investment
  • Senior executives
  • Representatives of corporations
  • Analysts

The event will be most relevant for top management representatives, senior executives, company representatives involved in business planning, management and investment decisions.

The event is free of charge and requires registration in advance.

Agenda and additional information to be released soon.




Andrei Radulescu – Director of Macroeconomic Research, Banca Transilvania and Senior Researcher, Institute For World Economy & Macro-Modelling Centre, Romanian Academy

Andrei completed the Scientific Masters Degree in Economics at Porto University, a PH.D. in International Economics within Academy of Economic Studies and the post-doctoral degree at the Romanian Academy.

Andrei started the career at Banco Portugues de Investimento, and afterwards did macroeconomic research for the Portuguese Social Security Fund.

Starting 2014 Andrei is the Chief Economist of Banca Transilvania (the largest lender in SEE) and a Senior Researcher at Romanian Academy (the highest scientific forum in Romania), being a constant presence at International Conferences.


Dan Schwartz – Managing Partner RSM Romania 

Dan Schwartz is the co-founder and the leading partner of RSM Romania, one of the most reputed professional services companies in Romania. Dan is a certified Tax Adviser, Financial Auditor, and a Romanian CPA, and he specializes in Transfer Pricing and International Taxation. He has an in-depth understanding of the Romanian business environment, having experienced first-hand, as an entrepreneur, the challenges of sustainability, scalability, and stability. He has honed his expertise as a tax adviser and as a business leader through education programs completed at HIID-Harvard University, Washington State University, George Washington University, and the Paris Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers.


Mihai Precup –Secretary of State within the Ministry of Finance

Mihai Precup is responsible for the relationship with International Financial Institutions, the management of state participations and the public investment management division. Mihai is an experienced investment and development banker with an exceptional career in Luxembourg and France. For 5 years, he was a teacher at the Sorbonne University in Paris where he taught a course on Monetary Policy and a course on private equity. Mihai Precup graduated from a doctoral program in private equity that was conducted jointly between the Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University and the West University of Timișoara. Mihai also graduated from the bachelor program of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and followed a master’s degree in financial engineering at the Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University. For several years, he was an adviser to the vice-president of the European Investment Bank, his responsibilities being related to South-Eastern Europe (Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Romania and FYROM). In this capacity, he supported financing worth over 10 billion euros for the development of public projects and local companies. Mihai Precup has extensive connections with the financial and business world at the EU level and beyond, and is passionate about Romania’s long-term development. Mihai was nominated in Forbes 30 under 30 as a rising leader in the financial-banking sector.