Eyes turning east

New angles

Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DrKW) has become the first foreign bank to gain remote membership of the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE). This means that, from April 1, DrKW will be able to trade Polish stocks and derivatives from its base in Frankfurt.

The move represents a symbolic step forward for the Polish market, the largest of the European Union accession countries that joined in May 2004. And it also signals the serious intent of western investors to get into eastern Europe’s burgeoning

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