Locked content Polish SMEs perform better in CEE – report

Despite legal, administrative and tax difficulties there has been a significant improvement in doing business in CEE, according to Business risks and opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe report prepared by TMF Group and published by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Polish small and medi...

Locked content Office take-up 12% higher y/y in CEE markets

Leasing volumes in 2014 have totaled 1.17 million sqm in the four CEE capitals (Warsaw, Prague, Budapest and Bratislava), recording a 12 percent increase compared to the corresponding period of last year and is expected to come in at 1.46 million sqm for the entire 2014, according to Cushman & W...

Quo Vadis WSE ?

From one trading session a week to the biggest bourse in the CEE. During nearly 25 years of its existence, the Warsaw Stock Exchange has made paramount progress. But the next few years will be crucial for its future

Private equity funds exit Polish companies with good results

The value of the exits on the Polish market increased five times to a record value of €285 million, according to the Polish Private Equity and Venture Capital Association. In 2013, private equity and venture capital funds operating in Central and Eastern Europe ended investments in 88 companies, in ...

Locked content Warsaw to host CEE presidents summit

The presidents of nine CEE countries will meet in Warsaw on July 22, Polish Radio reports. Poland’s President Bronisław Komorowski announced the summit on Tuesday after meeting his Slovak counterpart Andrej Kiska. Heads of state of all Visegrad Group countries, as well as the presidents of the Balti...