Locked content Hawe to be finally excluded from the WSE

After a number of temporary suspensions, the Warsaw Stock Exchange will exclude telecommunications infrastructure company Hawe shares from its indices on June 2. Back in March, the Financial Supervision Authority KNF unanimously such fine, and Hawe said that it won’t appeal the decision. The exclusi...

Locked content KNF suspends Hawe trading on WSE indefinitely

The Financial Supervision Authority KNF unanimously imposed PLN 700,000 fine on WSE-listed telecommunications infrastructure firm Hawe and suspended its trading on the Warsaw bourse indefinitely. The exclusion is a result of the repeated infringement by Hawe of the Public Offering Act, including thr...

Locked content Hawe to be liquidated

Debt collector Advisers which is a creditor of telecommunications infrastructure firm Hawe has submitted a motion to call a bankruptcy liquidation of the company, the media has reported. Hawe has not redeemed three series of bonds valued in total at PLN 33 million and its stock value shrank by 21 pe...

Locked content Hawe to issue new shares

Shareholders of the telecommunications infrastructure firm Hawe decided to issue over 160 million new shares in order to increase the equity capital. Each new share will be priced at PLN 1 a piece. The public offer will be held through closed subscription, thus all the shares will be offered to the ...

Locked content PTI in talks to buy Hawe

Inwestment firm Powszechne Towarzystwo Inwestycyjne (PTI) has signed a letter of intent Trinitybay Investment Ltd and Marek Falenta on the possible acquisition of all shares in telecommunications infrastructure firm Hawe. The parties have agreed on a preliminary share price of PLN 3 apiece. Hawe’s e...

Locked content PKP analyzing offers for TK Telekom

Potential investors have submitted offers for the acquisition of TK Telekom, the telecommunications subsidiary of railway group PKP, the parent company said in a statement on Friday. The seller is currently analyzing the offers. The group expects selected bidders to launch due diligence of TK Teleko...

Locked content Falenta to withdraw from business

Controversial investor Marek Falenta, one of the suspects in Poland’s tape scandal investigation, is selling all of his business interests, he told Rzeczpospolita in an interview published on Tuesday. Shares in both telecom infrastructure firm Hawe and mining services firm ZWG are on sale. “On Frida...

Locked content Three potential buyers for Hawe – paper

There are three bidders interested in buying Marek Falenta’s stake in telecommunications infrastructure firm Hawe, Puls Biznesu reports. Potential buyers are said to be MCI Management, Michał Sołowow and the Investors capital group, which is the seller’s advisor in the process. Sources quoted by the...

Locked content Falenta selling stake in Hawe

Well-known investor Marek Falenta, who is one of the suspects in the tape scandal investigation in Poland, is selling his stake in telecom infrastructure firm Hawe, Puls Binzesu reports. He had tried to sell the holding earlier, but without success. Sources quoted by the Polish Press Agency have sai...