The business strategy of Warsaw Stock Exchange is pursued in a responsible and transparent manner, in co-operation and in dialogue with all major stakeholder groups.

The Company carries out its operations taking into account social, ethical and environmental factors. 

The main motivation for the pursued Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy is to improve the quality of the Polish capital market, among others by means of educational programmes, promotion of the highest standards of corporate governance and communication, and support for co-operation and active dialogue with and among market participants.

WSE’s socially responsible approach to business is corroborated by the inclusion of the Company in the RESPECT index of WSE-listed companies which follow the highest CSR standards for the second consecutive time. 

In December 2013, WSE joined the Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE), a UN initiative of global exchanges which promote the development of corporate social responsibility and sustainable development on their home capital markets. SSE was c0reated in 2009 by the United Nations to exchange members’ experience. SSE has 17 members.

In 2015, WSE is planning to take steps to cover WSE Group companies with the CSR strategy implemented in WSE.

WSE CSR strategy pillars