Representatives of 12 Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)’s biggest and most dynamic companies have signed today a memorandum establishing the Business Council of Growing Europe. The objective of the initiative is to promote Central and Eastern Europe as an attractive investment destination for global investors and encourage cooperation between business leaders of the region. The initiative has been initiated by PZU of Poland and embraced by 12 founding companies from CEE.
PZU in cooperation with Goldman Sachs Asset Management launches two new passive sub-funds and one own based on the recently created WSE CEEplus index
According to Pawel Surowka, CEO of the PZU Group, the company aims at promoting the Three Seas region globally and attracting global investors. In addition to the establishment of the Business Council of Growing Europe, PZU launched the sale of three new investment funds on the inPZU platform operated by TFI PZU. The first of them is based on the newly created GPE CEEplus Index based on the value of a portfolio of the 114 largest and most liquid companies listed on stock exchanges from the Central Europe region. Another big success today is the announcement of the start of sales of two new unique passive feeder funds, developed by TFI PZU in cooperation with Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Information on new funds was announced during the debate "CEEPlus Index: Opportunities and benefits for Central and Eastern Europe and investors", in which Sheila Patel, CEO, Goldman Sachs Asset Management participated, among others.
About the Business Council
Announcement of the Business Council
About the Three Seas Region