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List plans Polish subsidiary

17 May 2010  |  1368 views  |  0 Source: List

List, the independent electronic trading software provider, is opening a new operating subsidiary in Poland to support their European expansion plans.

List is looking to capitalise on a growth in emerging Eastern European economies with particular attention to the Polish markets.

The new subsidiary headquarters is in Warsaw and is managed by Wojciech Kaszycki, who was previously a distributor for List in Poland. Wojciech's expert team includes three people that were already working with him with the objective of expanding further in the Polish market.

List is seeking to enhance and build upon its core client base in Poland including Bank Polskiej Spółdzielczości (BPS), Bank Pekao and PKO Bank Polski.

Wojciech Kaszicky, Managing Director List Poland, comments: "Poland is a well-run country with large potential and I am positive that List will integrate well with the markets. I look forward to being a part of List's expansion plans to increase its presence in Eastern Europe".

Enrico Dameri, CEO List, comments: "It is our goal to become a well established organisation in the global trading markets and the new office in Warsaw endorses our commitment to continued global expansion."

 

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