Fund Manager Turned Finance Minister Wants to Revive Poland’s Stock Market

Poland’s new finance minister is aiming to give its faltering stock market a boost by spurring investment in energy transition and encouraging state-owned companies to pay more in dividends.

Andrzej Domanski, a former equity portfolio manager, bemoaned the fate of minority investors, who — he said — got sidelined by the previous nationalist administration as it sought to tighten its grip over state-controlled companies. The Warsaw bourse, the biggest in central and eastern Europe, has seen more firms leave the market than debut on it since 2017.

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