The Polish exchange has been in talks with its Austrian peer over a merger
The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) is set to appoint Pawel
Tamborski as its new chief executive and president of the
management board, pending regulatory approval.
Tamborski will replace the current CEO Adam Maciejewski, who
has run the exchange since 2013.
The resolution to appoint Tamborski was passed by a majority
of votes on request of the State Treasury, a shareholder
representing 35% of the share capital. The appointment will be
ratified at a general meeting on July 15.
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