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Asseco Poland Q2 Net Profit Down At 80.1 Mln Zlotys
Asseco Poland Q1 Net Profit Up At 79.6 Million Zlotys
Asseco Poland Recommends Dividend Of 3.07 Zlotys/Shr For 2018
Asseco Poland SA is a Poland-based integrator of information technology (IT) solutions. Its business is divided into three segments, including Finance & Banking; Public Administration and Industry. It offers software and hardware consultancy, production and application of software, data communication infrastructure, administrative services, as well as supply of software and hardware. It provides its solutions for banking sector, as well as for insurance institutions, utilities sector, telecommunication, healthcare, local administration, agriculture, uniformed services, and international organizations and institutions. It is operational on such markets as Poland, Balkan, Germany, Slovakia and Israel, among others. Asseco Poland SA is a parent entity of the Asseco Group. It operates through Infovide-Matrix SA.
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Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Adam Tadeusz Goral
Chairman of the Management Board
Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Rafal Marek Kozlowski
Vice Chairman of the Management Board, Chief Financial Officer
Vice Chairman of the Management Board
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Poland's biggest video games developer CD Projekt will replace IT firm Asseco Poland in Warsaw's index of the 20 biggest and most liquid companies WIG20 effective from March 17, the bourse said on Thursday.
* REPORTED ON MONDAY Q3 NET PROFIT OF 288.6 MILLION ZLOTYS VERSUS 82.1 MILLION ZLOTYS YEAR AGO
* The net profit of central and eastern Europe's largest software maker, Asseco Poland fell by 32 percent year-on-year to 52.5 million zlotys in the second quarter, the company said late on Wednesday.
* Poland's largest software firm Asseco Poland sells 51 percent of shares in Russian subsidiary R-Style Softlab JSC to three individuals for total of 71 million zlotys ($17.5 million)
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