WSE’s strategy is the expression of the WSE Management Board’s genuine concern with the company’s stable growth.
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Be trustworthy and oriented towards stable, constant value growth for shareholders.
Provide domestic and international entities with holistic Exchange services based on innovative technological and business solutions, in the areas of trade and clearing of financial instruments and commodities.
Be able to meet the challenges of domestic and international competition.
Remain an attractive business party for European exchanges and markets.
Extraordinary General Meeting of Warsaw Stock Exchange appoints Adam Maciejewski as President of the Management Board of WSE.
First trading session with the new trading system: the Universal Trading Platform (UTP).
The monthly Euromoney names Warsaw Stock Exchange the best financial exchange in Central and Eastern Europe.
The General Meeting of WSE elects Wiesław Rozłucki and Dariusz Kacprzyk to the Exchange Supervisory Board.
Acquisition of shares of Aquis Exchange, a UK company which plans to organise trading in European stocks as an MTF.
Adam Maciejewski, President of the WSE Management Board, and Paweł Czupryna, Advisor to the President of the WSE Management Board, are appointed to the Board of Directors of Aquis Exchange.
The first Chinese company, Peixin International Group N.V., is newly listed on WSE.
Adam Maciejewski, President of the Management Board of WSE, is appointed to the Board of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE).
WSE joins the Sustainable Stock Exchanges, a UN imitative of global exchanges which promote the highest CSR standards on their home capital markets.