Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE or GPW)



Polish capital market traditions go back to 1817, when the Warsaw Mercantile Exchange was established. Following the overthrow of Poland's former communist regime in 1989, WSE was created as a joint-stock company on April 12, 1991.

WSE was organized from its inception as a modern stock exchange, supported by electronic trading and dematerialized registration of securities, laying a foundation for ongoing development. 

The WSE is a member of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE) and the United Nation's Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE) initiative.



Prague Stock Exchange (PSE)



Prague Stock Exchange (PSE) is the largest and oldest organizer of the securities market in the Czech Republic.

PSE and its subsidiaries form the PX Group. In addition to the Exchange, the most important member in the Group is Central Securities Depository Prague (CSD Prague) which has a dominant position in the area of settlement of securities trades on the Czech capital market.

PSE is a member in the CEESEG, which also includes Vienna Stock Exchange (Wiener Börse), and is a member of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE).



Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE)



Bulgarian Stock Exchange is a public company that was officially licensed by the State Securities and Exchange Commission to operate as a stock exchange in October 1997 and is currently the only functioning stock exchange in Bulgaria.

BSE's important priority is the widening of its international contacts and relations with other exchange institutions and organisations at regional, European and global level.

BSE has a statute of a full member of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE).



Bratislava Stock Exchange (BSSE)



Bratislava Stock Exchange (BSSE), founded in January 1991 by banks and insurance companies, is the sole operator of a regulated market of securities in the Slovak Republic.

From 26 June 2001, BSSE has been performing its activity on the basis of a licence to establish and operate a Stock Exchange, granted by the Financial Market Authority of the Slovak Republic.

BSSE is a joint-stock company and operates on a membership principle, which means that only Stock Exchange Members (and National Bank of Slovakia) are authorised to directly conclude stock exchange transactions.



Ljubljana Stock Exchange (LJSE)



Brokerage in Slovenia has a long tradition: the first stock exchange in Ljubljana existed as early as in the period between 1924 and 1942. The Ljubljana Stock Exchange was officially established in December 1989 and it is Slovenia's only stock exchange

The core business of the exchange is to ensure proper conditions for the matching of supply and demand in the trading in securities and other financial instruments, and for organized, transparent, liquid, and effective trading in securities, in accordance with the law and other regulations.

Its vision is to be a modern and efficient operator of the Slovene regulated capital market as part of the Central and East European regional market.



Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE)



A key player in the Hungarian money and capital markets, Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE) provides market players with access to financial resources and offers investors a broad range of investment instruments. BSE’s mission is to create a Hungarian economy based on stable and independent funding and to continuously develop the financial culture of the Hungarian population and corporate sector.

The BSE is a member of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges FESE) and the United Nation's Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE) initiative.