Europe After The Lisbon Treaty. Strategies for the Future
The main partner of the Investment Forum was the Malopolska Voivodeship.
he Investment Forum of the Economic Forum, held for the third time, proved to be a necessary complement for the meeting in Krynica attracting politi- cians and businessmen. The forum gathered over 200 guests – representati- ves of the governments of Central and Eastern European countries, energy sector companies, chemical companies, as well as persons involved in operations in nan- cial markets. This year’s meeting in Tarnów was focused on large privatisations, in- vestments considered to be means of overcoming the economic crisis, problems of the chemical sector in Central and Eastern Europe, and the establishment of a new nancial centre in our region. Mr Aleksander Grad, the Minister of State Treasury, was an honorary patron of the event. T
n the opinion of Aleksander Grad the year 2010 is a year of big privatisation ac- tion in Poland, and the privatisation process will be completed with the IPO of the Warsaw Stock Exchange scheduled for autumn. Mr Grad hoped that the year would be assessed as a year of grand and, at the same time, carefully-thought out and reasonable privatisations. He reminded attendees that some of the biggest initial public oerings in Europe (companies such as PZU and Tauron) took place I
Ryszard Kunicki, President of the Board, ZAK S.A., Poland Krzysztof Jałosiński, President of the Board, ZAK S.A., Poland Paweł Jarczewski, President of the Board, Zakłady Azotowe „Puławy” S.A., Poland