Europe After The Lisbon Treaty. Strategies for the Future
Debate: Will a new nancial centre be created in the Central and Eastern Europe?
there must be a cooperation between the government that sets up the conditions and the nancial market participants who need a reason for coming to Warsaw. The Ministry of State Treasury appreciates its role, and wants to have a dialogue with the market and support it wherever it can. The War- saw Stock Exchange should play a pivotal role in this process, conrmed Mateusz Morawiecki, President of the Management Board of BZ WBK. Laurent Truflandier, a representative of Intesa San Paolo bank, stated that as far as capi- talisation is concerned the Warsaw Stock Exchange surpasses Hungary and competes with Vienna. This is a success resulting from numerous actions taken within recent years by the government in terms of finance and regulations. Jurij Jakowlew, the Vice-President of the Ukrainian State Property Fund, admitted that in terms of privatisation actions in his country, the year 2010 would be a failure. During the forum a closed meeting between Minister Aleksander Grad and Minister Adam Leszkiwicz and investors was arranged. At the meeting the government representa- tives provided the investors with a privatisa- tion plan for the year 2011. For the second time, at the banquet, special awards were granted. Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo (PGNiG) was hono- ured with the title of Investor of Central and
Jacek Socha, Vice-President, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Poland Robert Wojtuś, Vice-President, National Sport Centre, Poland