Locked content Aramus main shareholders plan delisting from NewConnect

Main shareholders of Aramus signed an agreement regarding a purchase of company shares and subsequent delisting of Aramus from NewConnect. Shareholders Piotr Sumara and Konrad Sumara plan to announce a tender offer for Aramus shares. As of today, Piotr Sumara owns 2.5 million Aramus shares, which eq...

Locked content PCC Intermodal plans delisting from WSE

Polish Financial Supervision Authority KNF approved PCC Intermodal application for rematerialization of shares and set the term for August 11, PCC Intermodal informed. The company also said it plans to apply for delisting from the Warsaw Stock Exchange. On Tuesday PCC Intermodal reported a consolida...

Locked content Emperia Holding will be delisted on August 21

Warsaw Stock Exchange decided to delist Emperia Holding shares as of August 21, Emperia Holding informed. Delisting follows Polish Financial Supervision Authority authorization of squeeze-out of all 12.3 million company shares. Emperia Holding has been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since 2002....

Locked content Hisense plans Gorenje squeeze-out and delisting

Main Gorenje shareholder Chinese Hisense proposed to buy remaining stake at €12 per share, Gorenje said in a statement. Hisense also plans to cut Gorenje share capital to € 101.4 million from €101.9 million and delist the company from Ljubljana and Warsaw stock exchanges. At the moment, Hisense hold...

Locked content Lux Med Trójmiasto applies for delisting

Lux Med Trójmiasto (previously Swissmed Prywatny Serwis Medyczny) filed an application for delisting of its shares from the alternative market NewConnect – the company said in a statement. At the beginning of June, Lux Med announced the compulsory purchase of 508,968 shares in SwissmedPrywatny...

Locked content Fortuna shares delisted as of June 10

The Warsaw Stock Exchange excluded Fortuna Entertainment Group shares from listing as of June 10. The last Fortuna trading day on the WSE was, in fact, Friday, June 8. Fortuna Entertainment Group is the largest betting operator in Central Europe. It debuted on the WSE in 2010. The company is primari...

Locked content Synthos board approves delisting

Synthos shareholders decided at the general meeting to delist the company from the Warsaw Stock Exchange.  “The shareholders authorized the management board to apply to the Financial Supervision Authority KNF for permission to restore the shares form (cancellation of dematerialization), submit an ap...

Locked content Enea will not delist Bogdanka

Power company Enea which acquired LW Bogdanka is not planning to remove the mine from the Warsaw bourse, its CEO Krzysztof Zamasz told the media at a press conference. However, it has not ruled out increasing its stake to 100 percent. Zamasz explained that the decision concerning purchasing more Bog...

Locked content Orco Property Group to leave WSE

Orco Property Group is planning to delist its shares from the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), ISBnews reported citing the company. “The intention is to withdraw shares traded on the Warsaw bourse, which is determined by the legal requirements and the final decision of launching the process of del...