“Warsaw Stock Exchange expects another good year”

Emerging Europe | January 21, 2021

Sachin Minocha, Assistant Director from our Investment Banking team contributed to a feature in Emerging Europe on how the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) is looking to export its expertise and share its knowledge of building a successful bourse in these difficult circumstances.

Extract from the article: “The value of assets under management (AUM) of Polish mutual funds, old pension funds and employee capital plans saw an increase in 2020. Altogether, this helped increase the total trading volume on the Warsaw Stock Exchange….

…Relatively high inflation, with the Polish central bank not looking to increase interest rates, will likely accelerate the shift of savings towards riskier assets and support valuations on the WSE in the coming months,”

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