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Warsaw Stock Exchange : The Biggest Foreign IPO This Year - AviaAM Leasing Is The 54th Foreign Issuer Listed On The WSE And The 3rd Foreign Company To Introduce Its Shares To The Main Market In 2013 -The IPO Of The Lithuanian Company Is The Second Biggest IPO On The WSE This Year

Date 28/06/2013

Another Lithuanian company has been newly listed on the WSE Main Market today. AviaAM Leasing is the 54th foreign issuer listed on the WSE and the 3rd foreign company to introduce its shares to the Main Market in 2013. The issuer is also the 442nd company listed on the WSE Main Market and the 10th new listing on the market in 2013.

The value of IPO of the Lithuanian company was PLN 112.15 million, ranking it the second biggest new listing in Warsaw in 2013 after the IPO of Polski Holding Nieruchomoƛci. The company has decided that the Warsaw Stock Exchange will be the only trading market for the shares of AviaAM Leasing.

Following today’s new listing, the two equities markets of the Warsaw Stock Exchange list 54 foreign companies (46 on the Main Market and 8 on NewConnect) from several countries. The biggest number of foreign issuers comes from Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Lithuania and Israel. The new listing of another foreign company on the WSE is a result of the consistently pursued strategy aimed at strengthening the international position of the Exchange by increasing the number of foreign issuers, brokers and investors and consolidating the position of the strongest trading floor in the region of Central and Eastern Europe.

AviaAM Leasing AB is an international holding company engaged in commercial aircraft acquisition, leasing and trade. It focuses on the market of mid-life aircraft which it acquires and leases to airlines around the world to generate an attractive return on equity. The company is also active in trading in aircraft as it acquires, repairs and sells aviation assets. The issuer mainly targets emerging markets such as Russia and the CIS.