CSR: Corporate Social Responsibility of GPW Group

The business strategy of Warsaw Stock Exchange Group is pursued in a responsible and transparent manner, in co-operation and in dialogue with all major stakeholder groups. The Company carries out its operations taking into account social, ethical and environmental factors. The main motivation for the pursued CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) policy is to improve the quality of the Polish capital market, among others by means of educational programmes, promotion of the highest standards of corporate governance and communication, and support for co-operation and active dialogue with and among market participants.

As confirmation of GPW’s corporate social responsibility, the Company has been included for the second consecutive year in the Respect Index of companies which follow the highest CSR standards.

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Market

The key objective of GPW in this area is to create and promote best practice of corporate governance for public companies. Since 2002, the Exchange has promoted the corporate governance rules by continuously developing and disseminating the Code of Best Practice for GPW Listed Companies designed to strengthen the transparency of exchange-listed companies, reinforce the protection of shareholders’ rights and improve the quality of communication between companies and investors.

 
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Education

Education is the foundation of public trust in the capital and commodity markets and their institutions. The goal of GPW Group is to build a culture of investing while raising awareness of the capital and commodity markets to encourage Poles to invest savings on the Exchange.

 
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Employees

With their unique skills and capital market experience, Exchange employees are an important group of GPW stakeholders. The HR policy of the Exchange focuses on fostering an organisational culture based on values and effective internal communication as well as investment in continuous employee development.

 
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Environment

Environmental protection is part and parcel of GPW’s values as a modern and competitive institution present on the European capital market. Consequently, GPW has defined the key areas of its environmental impact. GPW approved an environmental policy in 2013 and continued initiatives aimed at mitigating its impact on the natural environment and at raising environmental awareness among Company employees in 2014.

 
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The Warsaw Stock Exchange participates in the responsible companies index Respect Index since 2013.

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Sustainable Stock Exchanges

In December 2013, GPW joined the Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE), a UN initiative of global exchanges which promote the development of corporate social responsibility and sustainable development on their home capital markets

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Code of ethics

The GPW Employee Code of Ethics came into force in November 2013. It defines the core values applicable to all activities of the Company. The Code of Ethics was amended in 2014.

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Stock Exchange News

The Warsaw Stock Exchange organises many interesting conferences, training programmes and meetings for investors. See what we have prepared for you.

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GOOD PRACTICES Stock Exchange

The Exchange Supervisory Board has approved the new code of corporate governance: the Best Practice for GPW Listed Companies 2016.

The new code took effect as of 1 January 2016.

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INVESTOR RELATIONS Stock Exchange

The Warsaw Stock Exchange was listed on GPW on 9 November 2010.

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