Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s will open a CEE hub in Poland, the company said in a statement.
Marcin Petrykowski has been appointed as the managing director of the new office as well as regional director for the CEE region.
The Warsaw office will serve as a hub for S&P’s operations, serving financial markets across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), the firm said.
“We have chosen Poland as our Central and Eastern Europe hub due to its strategic location, growing internationalization of business, and emerging domestic bond market,” Petrykowski said.
Petrykowski previously worked for J.P. Morgan Corporate and Investment Bank, where he was executive director, head of coverage for Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, CIS, and Israel for the Investor Services division.
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