Locked content WSE appoints Marek Dietl as CEO

Presidential advisor Marek Dietl has been appointed by the Warsaw Stock Exchange as its new CEO. His appointment needs to be approved by the Financial Supervision Authority (KNF). If approved, this would end months of turmoil in the bourse top seat, when Małgorzata Zalewska was recalled from her pos...

Locked content Marek Dietl announces his candidacy for the WSE CEO post

Presidential advisor Marek Dietl has submitted his candidacy for the position of President of the Warsaw Stock Exchange – the exchange said in a statement. Marek Dietl is currently a member of the Supervisory Board of the WSE, an the advisor to the president, as well as a member of the board o...

Locked content KNF approves Morizon prospectus

The Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) has approved the prospectus of Morizon in connection with the public offer of company’s series H shares and the intention to move all of Morizon’s shares onto the Warsaw Stock Exchange main market In March, the company submitted to the Financial ...

Locked content WSE launches start-up accelerator

The Warsaw Stock Exchange launched a start-up accelerator with Beesfund crowdfunding platform. The aim of the project is to create potential IPOs for the Warsaw bourse.  WSE hopes that the first floating on the small cap alternative market will happen next year. “We believe that the capital market c...

Locked content Kofola leaves WSE

Czech soft drink producer Kofola has been delisted from the Warsaw Stock Exchange following the company’s decision do leave Warsaw bourse. Kofola announced back in December that it will be delisted from the WSE after it acquires the remainder shares sold in Poland. Kofola explained that the de...

Locked content More IPOs in H2 2017 – WSE CEO

Acting CEO of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, Jarosław Grzywiński, said that more IPOs on the Warsaw bourse are expected in the second half of the year. “We’re interested in big IPOs. We’d rather have 5-7 big ones, than 15-20 smaller ones that only boost statistics,” Grzywiński said. Accordin...

Locked content Play to enter WSE in July – media

According to Parkiet daily, Impera Holdings, a company controlling mobile operator Play will launch its IPO in July this year. The value off the floating will be at some PLN 2.5 billion, which would put the whole company at PLN 14-15 billion. The money from the offering will be used to pay off compa...

Locked content Raiffeisen asks to delay IPO. KNF denies

According to Bloomberg, the management of the Raiffeisen asked the Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) to postpone the IPO after the end-June date set by KNF, citing uncertainty in the way the FX-denominated loans would be exchanged into PLN-denominated loans, as there are still several opt...

Locked content Petrolinvest removed from the WSE

Warsaw Stock Exchange announced that the shares of Petrolinvest have been permanently removed from the bourse indices, following the Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) decision to delist it. The company was additionally fined PLN 800,000. The decision is final, although the company can appeal to ...

Locked content WSE-listed companies with record-high average debt

While the number of indebted WSE-listed companies has dropped to 56, and the value of its debt has also fallen by 15 percent to PLN 27.3 million, which means that on average, a company owes nearly PLN 500 million, which is a record-high value, according to National Debt Registry (KRD) data. “The com...