Biuro Usług Finansowych M.W. Trade Sp. z o.o. (currently M.W. Trade SA) was established. In the early years of its operation the company provided debt collection services.
M.W. Trade SA created and launched a comprehensive service entitled Hospital Fund and began recovery and debt collection on its own.
M.W. Trade acquired a financial investor, Absolute East West Master Fund, which acquired 22.2% of the company’s equity (as a result of an increase of share capital by PLN 6 million). The value of the company was PLN 27 million.
Biuro Usług Finansowych M.W. Trade Sp. z o.o. was transformed into M.W. Trade SA by way of a decision of the District Court for Wrocław Fabryczna of August 31st 2007, which made a relevant entry in the register on October 16th 2007, according to the resolution passed by the General Meeting of Shareholders of August 6th 2007.
The shares of M.W. Trade debuted on NewConnect.
The General Meeting of Shareholders passed a resolution concerning the company's entry on the WSE-regulated market.
The agreement signed with Bison II, belonging to the Lehma n Brothers Group, came into force. It concerned co-financing of loans for the health care sector. The minimum value of the investment was to be PLN 100 million.
Termination of the agreement with Bison II due to the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers.
The prospectus was submitted to Komisja Nadzoru Finansowego (Polish Financial Supervision Authority).
The company’s debut on the regulated market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange. M.W. Trade was the first issuer, who decided to transfer the listing from NewConnect to WSE (regulated market).
Since its debut on WSE, M.W. Trade has begun active acquisition of additional funds for development, in particular through the issue of bonds.
Getin Holding SA Capital Group announced a tender offer for M.W. Trade shares.
The tender offer resulted in acquisition of control of the company. Getin Holding Group became a parent company for M.W. Trade within the meaning of Art. 4, paragraph 1, item 4, letter A of the Commercial Companies Code. Moreover, the dynamic development of M.W. Trade, confirmed by stable financial results, led to a significant increase of the M.W. Trade share price.
Quercus Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych SA informed about the fact of exceeding 10% of the total number of votes at GMS.