Rahul Sharma

Securities and Exchange Commission (Poland)

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Dissolved  September 2006
Headquarters  Warsaw, Poland
Superseding agency  Absorbed into the Polish Financial Supervision Authority
Website  http://www.kpwig.gov.pl

The Polish Securities and Exchange Commission, Polish: Komisja Papierów Wartościowych i Giełd, (KPWiG) was the agency responsible for supervising compliance with regulations governing honest trade and competition until 2006 when it was absorbed into the Polish Financial Supervision Authority.

The KPWiG was also responsible for ensuring universal access to reliable information about security papers and other exchange commodities on the market. The KPWiG also co-operates with government administrative organs, the NBP and institutions and participants in public trading on the stock market in the area of shaping the state’s economic policy. The KPWiG also continuously monitors the functioning of all investment funds. From the start of its existence it has been head by Jacek Socha. On 19 September 2006 the institution was included in the newly established Polish Financial Supervision Authority (Polish: Komisja Nadzoru Finansowego)

References

Securities and Exchange Commission (Poland) Wikipedia


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