Locked content Hyperion ceases telecommunication activities due to bankruptcy

Hyperion ceased its telecommunications activities because of bankruptcy, Office of Electronic Communications (UKE) said. UKE takes measures to minimize the negative effects for consumers. “Hyperion bankruptcy means that subscribers do not have access to telecommunications services, and the pro...

Locked content WSE suspends trading of 6 companies

The Warsaw Stock Exchange, acting on the request from the Financial Supervision Authority KNF, suspended trading of six listed companies. They include, investment company Calatrava Capital, broadband operator Hyperion, telecom MNI, IT groups Lark.pl and PC Guard, and frozen food producer Wilbo. All ...

Locked content Creditors file for Hyperion bankruptcy

mBank and Office of Electronic Communications (URE) regulator filed a motion to court demanding WSE-listed broadband operator Hyperion to be declared bankrupt. Both applicants are Hyperion creditors. The company was under remedial proceedings from June this year, which was suspended by the court in ...

Locked content WSE suspends trading of three companies

The Warsaw Stock Exchange suspended the trading of WSE-listed Hyperion, and NewConnect-listed Termo2Power and Polonit starting from August 3. Hyperion trading has been suspended as the company is undergoing a restructuring process, Termo2Power shares have been suspended after Financial Supervision A...