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Banking Regulatory Alert – banking and capital market regulations in Poland, EU and globally

Banking Regulatory Alert is a comprehensive review of the changes in financial sector-related regulations

PwC performs quarterly analyses of the latest developments in Poland, Europe and worldwide in the area of banking and capital markets regulations. We cover themes and issues which are important from the perspective of banks, credit unions, asset managers, brokerage houses, regulators and financial market participants.


Why is it worth joining the group of readers?

  • We decompose the content of the latest or upcoming regulations to deliver key messages, focusing on most critical elements of the regulations, their practical aspects and signaling potential impact on the financial institutions,
  • The Alert presents up-to-date information necessary for the senior management of financial institutions, especially in areas such as strategy, risk management, finance, treasury, controlling, compliance and internal audit,
  • Alert might be a useful input to meaningful discussions in financial institutions, supporting effective planning and implementation of capital and liquidity strategies, risk management processes, governance framework and compliance risk management,
  • As we monitor laws and regulations adopted in Poland, Europe and global standard setters we keep the readers updated and guide them through the avalanche of regulations, the issues and themes they might miss or misunderstood. 
  • We cover regulations issued by Polish Parliament, Ministry of Development and Finance, Bank Guarantee Fund, Polish Financial Supervision Authority as well as the European Commission, European Central Bank, European Banking Authority (EBA), Basel Committee and European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA),
  • We track the most crucial developments, such as: Basel IV, MiFID II, PSD 2, GDPR, IFRS, IFRS9,
  • We add also “soft law” aspects and analyze recommendations and policy letters of the Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF), announcements and research of the National Bank of Poland (NBP), as well as we signal practical challenges faced by market participants with regard to regulations and supervisory practices of Polish FSA. 


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Mariusz  Śpiewak

Mariusz Śpiewak

Managing Partner, Consulting, PwC Poland

Piotr Bednarski

Piotr Bednarski

Director, PwC Poland

Tel: +48 519 507 049

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