Here are news stories, press reports and events to watch which
may affect Poland's financial markets on Wednesday. ALL TIMES
GMT (Poland: GMT + 1 hour):
Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk will announce a
government reshuffle around 1000 GMT.
Gazeta Wyborcza daily wrote that among those who received
propositions to replace Finance Minister Jacek Rostowski are the
European Union budget commissioner Janusz Lewandowski, the CEO
of BZ WBK Mateusz Morawiecki and the CEO of PKO BP, Zbigniew
Rzeczpospolita daily names the head of the public finance
committee in parliament Dariusz Rosati and a member of the Prime
Minister's Economic Council Boguslaw Grabowski as potential
successors of Rostowski.
Michal Boni, the digitalisation and administration Minister,
told Gazeta Wyborcza he was going to resign.
Poland decided to end subscriptions from big individual
investors for the shares of Energa in its IPO earlier than
planned as the offer met with higher than expected demand, the
treasury ministry said on Wednesday evening.
The tranche for big individual investors included 5 percent
of the offer.
The town of Lubin, where copper-producer KGHM is based,
called on the prime minister calling to withdraw from the mining
tax, which hits the copper producer profits, a statement in
Dziennik Gazeta Prawna said.
Poland's financial market watchdog (KNF) plans to announce
its recommendations concerning the level of banks' dividends at
the beginning of December, the deputy head of KNF told
Rzeczpospolita in an interview.
KNF may allow for higher dividends than last year in the
case of a few banks.
Cezary Stypulkowski, the CEO of BRE Bank, a unit of
Germany's Commerzbank, told Dziennik Gazeta Prawna
that he does not support further consolidation in Poland's
A former prime minister, Waldemar Pawlak, head of gas
network Gas-System, Jan Chadam, and former chief executive of
the telecom TPSA, Maciej Witucki, are among potential
candidates for the new CEO of gas monopoly PGNiG, Parkiet daily
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