Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyd's of London, visited Warsaw in April and spoke to Michael Dembinski about how she sees the Polish market and how the world's oldest insurance market plans to deal with the effects of Brexit.
While people have been calling the world a global village for decades, and technology has further amplified this by providing us with information and contact at the touch of our fingers, financial cross-border markets don’t always live up to that promise.
By Prof Konrad Zacharzewski, chair of the Department of Commercial Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, Nicolaus Copernicus University; attorney at law, of counsel at Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland
For the average person in Poland today, digital currencies have negative connotations. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
By Aleksandra Nalewajko, Daniel Smarduch, adwokat, Banking & Project Finance practice, Wardyński & Partners
In various financial transactions, one of the borrower’s main assets is a portfolio of receivables, be they under leases (when financing commercial property) or under loans (when the borrower is in the business of granting loans).
The BPCC together with its patrons PwC and the Department of Investment and Trade (DIT) at the British Embassy in Warsaw and the City of Poznań held a training session for start-up businesses on 22 March.