A year after announcing its plan, the European Commission has promised to accelerate the implementation of the capital markets union project. It is more and more clear that it has no alternative and Brexit may only foster this process.
The last dozen or so months have been marked by the weakness of Polish shares, bonds and the zloty. The downturn is largely a product of global phenomena.
EIB signs EUR250m loan agreement with Polish infrastructure manager PKP PLK and EBRD will invest up to EUR700m and will help WSE return to growth.
The last decade has brought a dynamic increase in the number and value of investments carried out by Polish companies abroad.
Polish M&A will likely continue to spur in the real estate, telcom, IT and health care sectors in 2016.