Investing in Poland ADRs / Polish Stocks List

Despite the fact that the Warsaw Stock Exchange would be one of the most important stock exchanges in Central and Eastern Europe, there are no Poland ADRs trading on major US stock exchanges like the NYSE or the NASDAQ. Nevertheless, there is a good and diversified selection of Poland ADRs representing different sectors of the Polish economy that trade on the OTC market. Many of these stocks may have exposure to other Eastern European markets.

In addition, investors interested in Poland ADRs should check out our Poland ETF list and our complete list of Eastern Europe closed-end funds, as the NYSE listed Central and Eastern Europe Fund, Inc (NYSE: CEE) has had, in the past, close to 1/5th of its portfolio allocated to Polish stocks. Our Eastern Europe ETF Region Wide list may also include ETFs invested in Poland stocks.

Note: Stocks delisted from the OTC (whether due to mergers, acquisitions or for other reasons) have been left in the table (as their websites still provide a good feel for the company and the local market) and may still trade on local or other important European stock exchanges (e.g. London, Amsterdam etc). They may also be holdings of country or region specific ETFs or Indices.

List of Poland ADRs Trading on Major US Stock Exchanges & the Over-the-Counter (OTC) Exchange

 CompanyTickerExchangeIndustry
1Alior Bank SA ALORYOTCPinkFinancial Services
2Asseco Poland SA ASOZYOTCPinkTechnology
3Bank Zachodni WBK SA BKZHYOTCGreyFinancial Services
4Boryszew SA BORZYDelistedBasic Materials
5Budimex SA BDMXYOTCPinkInfrastructure
6CCC SA CCCTYDelistedFootwear
7CD Projekt SAOTGLYOTCPinkTechnology
8Central Europe, Russia and Turkey Fund Inc CEENYSEClosed-End Fund
9Cyfrowy Polsat SA CYFWYOTCBroadcast Media
10Echo Investment SA EIVTYDelistedReal Estate
11ENEA SA ENEAYOTCUtilities
12Eurocash SA EUSHYOTCPinkRetail
13Getin Holding SA GETNYDelistedFinancial Services
14Globe Trade Centre SA GBCEYOTCPinkReal Estate
15Grupa Azoty SA GAZOYDelistedChemicals
16Grupa Kęty SA ZLDYYDelistedBasic Materials
17Grupa Lotos SA GPOLYOTCPinkOil & Gas
18ING Bank ŚląskiINGKYOTCPinkFinancial Services
19InPost S.A.INPOYOTCLogistics
20Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa SA JASTYDelistedCoal
21LPP SA LPPSYOTCPinkRetail
22Lubelski Węgiel Bogdanka SA LBKYYDelistedCoal
23mBank SA (formerly BRE Bank SA)BREJYOTCPinkFinancial Services
24MSX Resources SAMECOYDelistedConstruction
23PBG SA PBGZYOTCPinkEngineering
24PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna PGPKYOTCPinkUtilities
25PGF Polska Grupa Farmaceutyczna SA PLSKYDelistedPharmaceuticals
26PKN Orlen PSKNYDelistedOil & Gas
27PKO Bank Polski SA PSZKYOTCPinkFinancial Services
28Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo SA POGWYOTCPinkOil & Gas
29PZU Group (Powszechny Zaklad Ubezpieczen)PZAKYOTCPinkInsurance
30Santander Bank Polska S.A.BKZHYOTCGreyFinancial Services
31SMT SA GPVSYDelistedIT Outsourcing
32Sygnity SA SYGTYDelistedIT Outsourcing
33Synthos SA SYNYYDelistedChemicals
34TAURON Polska Energia SA TNPGYOTCPinkUtilities
35TVN SA TVNWYDelistedBroadcast Media

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The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE)

The first state-organized stock exchange in Poland was the Warsaw Mercantile Exchange organized in 1817 followed by the Warsaw Commodities Exchange founded in 1874. The Warsaw Mercantile Exchange was closed during World War I and re-opened after the war as the Warsaw Money Exchange which lasted until World War II. In 1991, the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) was opened with only five stocks listed, 112 buy and sell orders, and a turnover of only 1,990 złotys ($2,000). Today, the Warsaw Stock Exchange is the largest national financial instruments exchange in Central and Eastern Europe and one of the fastest-growing exchanges in Europe.

Poland Stocks and Investing ResourcesPoland ADRs

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