The heads of stock exchanges in Central and Eastern Europe have discussed the economic effects of Brexit and regional cooperation at a conference in Warsaw.
The Trading CEE conference was the ninth event of its kind to be held in the Polish capital.
Warsaw Stock Exchange CEO Marek Dietl told public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency that the Polish bourse works closely with six others in the region.
“We are working on creating joint products for global investors and promoting them,” Dietl said.
Poland last month had its capital market upgraded from emerging to developed market status by leading index provider FTSE Russell.
The Polish market was the first in Central and Eastern Europe to join the ranks of developed countries such as the United States, Japan and Germany, according to reports.