Pepco Group admitted to Poland’s WIG20 index
Poundland owner Pepco Group has announced that its shares will be included in the WIG20, the Warsaw Stock Exchange’s blue-chip index, from today.
The group confirmed last year that it chosen the Polish capital over London for its stock market float.
Today Andy Bond, chief executive of Pepco Group, said: “We are very pleased that Pepco Group has met the requirements to qualify for the Warsaw Stock Exchange’s most prestigious index of the biggest and most liquid companies. We hope that with this promotion, the company’s shares will become even more attractive to an even larger group of investors, contributing to further growth and development of the Warsaw Stock Exchange.”
Established in 2015, Pepco Group comprises PEPCO and Poundland, which also trades internationally under the Dealz brand. The group now has around 3,500 stores in 17 countries including the UK, the Republic of Ireland, Spain and across the CEE region.
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