Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – On Thursday, Eurofaktor, Poland’s largest not-banking company dealing with factoring, had its IPO. The shares grew 3.1 percent above the IPO price to PLN 18.55 (EUR 4.5). Many transactions were conducted at PLN 19 a share. ‘This is a good start. The warm welcome will help other factoring companies at their IPOs’, Bogdan Fiszer, Eurofaktor CEO commented. A day before the IPO, Eurofaktor raised its forecast for this year’s income to PLN 5.1 m from PLN 4.3 million. Moreover, the shareholders pledged not to sell their shares for a year. 400 shares are being traded now.