Locked content ATM to pay out dividend of PLN 2.46 per share

The AGM of ATM SA decided to pay out PLN 2.46 per share in dividend for 2017, despite the management board’s recommendation not to pay out dividend this year. The total sum of dividend payouts will amount to PLN 89.4 million. The management board had recommended that the net profit for 2017 should b...

Number of ATMs keeps declining – NBP

The number of ATM machines keeps decreasing: as of end-December 2017 there were 23,230 ATMs in Poland, after having declined by 96 over the fourth quarter, the National Bank of Poland stated. Over the course of nine months (March 2017-December 2017), the number dropped by 521. In Q4 2017 the number ...

Locked content MCI Capital launches tender offer for 43.43% stake in ATM

WSE-listed venture capital firm MCI Capital announced a tender offer for 15.8 million shares representing a 43.43 percent stake in WSE-listed IT firm ATM at PLN 11.5 apiece. The tender will go through if at least 23.43 percent shares are tendered. MCI reserves the right to go ahead with the purchase...

Locked content ATM with new CEO

WSE-listed IT and telecommunications provider ATM appointed Sławomir Koszłko as the new CEO. The new chairman will replace Piotr Sieluk, who was acting CEO. Sieluk will now hold the position of deputy chairman of the supervisory board. “I am very happy that Slawomir Koszołko has decided to join the ...

Locked content Cardtronics enters Poland

World’s largest non-bank ATM operator, Cardtronics will be cooperating with Polish lender, Bank Zachodni WBK owned by Santander, according to a press release. Bank Zachodni WBK will be in charge of transmission of transactions and CIT operations, it will provide settlement services for Cardtro...

Locked content US giant interested in entering Polish ATM market

Carditronics, the biggest US ATM operator considers entering Polish market. So far, the operator made partnership deal with BZ WBK bank, Puls Biznesu daily reported. “It is hard to imagine that the Americans will build a network from scratch, because it would be too expensive. They may want to takeo...

Locked content Founder may relaunch sale of ATM

Data center company ATM will focus on growth over the next two-three years and then may be put on sale, the company’s founder and deputy CEO Tadeusz Czichon told Parkiet in an interview published on Monday. He recently planned to sell his stake in the firm to Innova Capital, but the deal did not go&...