For the eighth consecutive year SeeNews (, a business news and market intelligence provider for Southeast Europe, is publishing its ranking of the biggest companies, banks and insurers in the region. These are complemented by analyses of the trends on some of the most vibrant economic sectors contributed by industry experts, and interviews with the chart-toppers and market-movers.

This year SEE TOP 100 also features an exclusive interview with Tomasz Telma, IFC regional director for Europe and Central Asia, on the challenges facing the region. This topic is also in the focus of an interview with Tom Rogers, senior advisor to the EY Eurozone Economic Forecast, and a survey by media analytics company Perceptica monitoring sentiment across the region towards recent developments in Greece and a possible Grexit.

An analysis by Raiffeisen Investment on the M&A market outlines the main trends and identifies the hottest sectors for investors. A special chapter on innovations in this year’s edition of SEE TOP 100, features, among others, an interview with Michael Paier, IBM general manager Southeast Europe IBM, on the risks to IT security for the business. The ranking is due to come out on 6th October 2015. Read more on

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