Locked content Tarczyński raises tender price again

The main shareholders of WSE-listed meat processor Tarczyński, Elżbieta and Jacek Tarczyński raised the price offered for the company’s shares yet again. This time to PLN 14 apiece from the previous PLN 12.6. The initial price was set at PLN 10.5. Tarczyńscy through its subsidiary EJT Investment wan...

Locked content AAT Holding with buyback program

WSE-listed security system developer AAT Holding announced a purchase offer for 2,397,536 of its shares, representing 29.97 percent stake in the company, at PLN 23 apiece. The shares will be purchased by AAT Holding or its subsidiary Polon. The acquired shares may be designated for redemption, futur...

Locked content WSE mulling selling Aquis stake

WSE-listed operator of the Warsaw Stock Exchange GPW will launch talks for the potential sale of its 20.3 percent stake in the European equity trading platform Aquis, the company said in a market filing. The sale is conditional on Aquis going through with its planned IPO. “The terms, conditions and ...

Locked content Fortuna announced delisting

Shareholders of WSE-listed betting company Fortuna have decided to delist the company from Warsaw and Prague bourses, Fortuna said in a market filing. Back in January, Fortbet Holdings, the company’s majority shareholder launched a tender for 0.68 percent of the company’s shares listed on WSE at PLN...

Locked content PwC: this year could be as good for IPOs as 2017

This year could be as good for IPO on the WSE as 2017, but MAR regulations may cause the withdrawal of many companies from the stock exchange, PwC consultancy said in its report. “In 2018 we can expect further intensified activity on the capital market, this will apply to both stock market debuts (p...

Locked content Tarczyński hikes tender price

The main shareholders of WSE-listed meat processor Tarczyński, Elżbieta and Jacek Tarczyński raised the price offered for the company’s shares to PLN 12.6 apiece from the previous PLN 10.5. Tarczyńscy through its subsidiary EJT Investment wants to buy 6 million shares representing 41.8 percent stake...

Locked content WSE with 3rd most IPOs in Europe – PwC

Warsaw Stock Exchange has been ranked 3rd in Europe in IPO activity in 2017, according to the latest IPO Watch Europe report prepared by consultancy PwC. The Warsaw bourse had 27 IPOs last year, including eight on the main market, with their value reaching  €1.8 billion, up by €1.5 billion y/y, maki...

Locked content Sescom mulls move to WSE main market

Listed on the small-cap, alternative NewConnect market technical service provider for chain retail outlets Sescom plans to move the WSE main market this year, the company said in a market filing. “The management board will choose the most favorable date of the debut from the point of view of the com...

Locked content Movie Games mulls IPO

Video game producer Movie Games wants to debut on the WSE in 2018, the company said in a statement. Movie Games was founded in 2016 and employs dozens of people who work on seven productions in several studios throughout Poland. The company produces PC games which are distributed through Steam digit...

Locked content Jakubas plans on delisting CNT. Calls tender offer.

The majority shareholder of WSE-listed constructor Centrum Nowoczesnych Technologii (CNT) Zbigniew Jakubas and his subsidiaries are organizing a tender offer for all remaining shares in the company at PLN 9 apiece. Jakubas and his subsidiaries control 65.76 percent of CNT stock and if the tender is ...