Locked content WSE suspends trading of 5 penny stock companies

WSE has suspended trading of five companies till the end of June. Suspended companies include: Ampli, Cash Flow, Clean&Carbon Energy, Ideon and Kerdos Group. Its trade will be suspended between April 3-June 30. The ban was implemented after aforementioned firms were placed on the alert lists num...

Locked content WSE vice president quits

Warsaw Stock Exchange’s Vice President Paweł Dziekoński, announced his decision to leave the company. “My decision is motivated by respect for the recent delegation of a new person to perform the functions of President of the Exchange Management Board and the intention, which represents good p...

Locked content WSE appoints Jarosław Grzywiński as acting CEO

Warsaw Stock Exchange supervisory board delegated its member Jarosław Grzywiński to the post of acting CEO of the firm, for the period of three months, the company said in a market filing. His predecessor, Małgorzata Zaleska was dismissed from her post in January, but that decision was approved by t...

KNF approves WSE CEO dismissal

Poland’s Financial Market regulator KNF has approved the changes to the Warsaw Stock Exchange Management Board. It authorized recalling Małgorzata Zaleska, from her post as WSE President and approved Jacek Fotek appointment as the bourse Vice President.

WSE CEO steps down before assuming office

Warsaw Stock Exchange appointed CEO Rafał Antczak stepped down from his office, before he even assumed it, citing personal reasons. Antczak was appointed CEO back in January, but his nomination had to be approved by the financial market regulator KNF, as he did not have the required three-year long ...

Locked content TGE to pay PLN 80 mln in back taxes

Warsaw Stock Exchange power trading platform TGE will pay PLN 80 million overdue VAT liabilities for the period between December 2011 and December 2016. In order to cover the debt, PGE took out a PLN 60 million loan from DNB Bank Polska. The owed VAT amounts to PLN 69.8 million plus PLN 10.2 million...

Locked content JSW to replace Enea in WIG20 index

Starting from March 18 session, the coal producer JSW will replace power utility Enea in the blue-chip WIG20 index, the WSE informed. Other changes include, builder Polimex-Mostostal entering the mid-cam mWIG-40 index replacing biotech firm Bioton. There will be also several changes to the sWIG-80 i...

Locked content WSE equity turnover soars in February

Equity trading on the main floor of the Warsaw Stock Exchange jumped by 53.2 percent y/y in February to PLN 21.6 billion. This is the second month in a row with over 50 percent growth. In-session turnover increased by 54.1 percent to PLN 21.3 billion and block trades increased by 7.4 percent to PLN ...

Locked content GPW profits on the rise

WSE-listed Giełda Papierów Wartościowych, operator of the Warsaw bourse posted PLN 30.4 million attributable net profit in Q4 2016 (14.3 percent increase y/y), company said in a market filing. For the whole year, the profits stood at PLN 131.09 up from PLN 121.48 million in 2015. Financial market re...

Locked content WSE suspends trading of Orco Property Group

WSE has suspended the trading of Orco Property Group shares after Poland’s financial watchdog KNF filed such motion. KNF demand stems from the Orco suspending its trade on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange. The company decided to withdraw its shares from the market after its majority shareholder, CPI Pr...