WSE and CEESEG said in April last year they had started merger talks
The Warsaw Stock Exchange has drawn a line under its
proposed merger with Vienna’s CEE Stock Exchange
Group to form a regional powerhouse, saying the WSE management
has opted instead to focus on "organic growth".
The WSE, which appointed Pawel Tamborski as chief executive
two months ago, said in a statement on Wednesday: "The WSE
management board is to focus on the Polish capital market and
to fully leverage its potential; therefore, WSE is not
considering a capital alliance with CCE Stock Exchange Group at
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