Adam Uszpolewicz, chief executive, Aviva Poland, talks to Michael Dembinski, the BPCC's chief advisor, about the economy, the introduction of employees' capital plans and how technology is shaking up the financial services sector.
By Aleksandra Bańkowska, partner, PwC Legal and Anna Maj, FinTech leader, PwC
Last month, PwC published its Global Fintech Report 2019, based on a survey among more than 500 managers worldwide in the financial services (FS) and technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sectors.
By Dagmara Witt-Kuczyńska, operations director, TMF Group
The outsourcing sector is constantly changing, reflecting the fluid needs of companies.
Four main trends currently impact the sector – changes in legislation, globalisation, automation and the increasing scale of outsourced processes.
HL Tech is Hargreaves Lansdown’s Polish innovative technology centre, established in 2017 in Warsaw, responsible for software development and for the strategic digital transformation of the British financial giant, a component of the FTSE 100.
By Jerzy Dąbrowski, CEO, Bibby Financial Services Poland
In recent months, the media has been constantly flooded us with reports about economic threats such as risk of losing important data, currency crisis, environmental risk and the potential economic effects that may come with it, Brexit and the rivalry between US and China.
By Daniel Smarduch, adwokat; Łukasz Szegda, attorney-at-law; and Sylwia Boguska, Banking & Project Finance practice, Wardyński & Partners
One of the most critical issues captivating banks and their retail borrowers in recent years in Poland has been the future of foreign-currency loans, especially those denominated in or indexed to Swiss francs.
By Marta Stanisławska, senior associate and Filip Windak, junior associate, Banking & Finance practice, Bird & Bird
Following the MiFID II, PAD and AML IV Directives, the new Directive on payment services in the internal market (PSD2) is part of the so-called regulatory tsunami that we have witnessed in the EU in recent years.
By Konrad Kąkol, president of the supervisory board of Dauman Bros. EEIG, advocate
The issue of combating money laundering and preventing the financing of terrorism has become a hot topic in recent years, particularly considering the employment opportunities created in Poland thanks to the popularity of outsourcing such business processes.
BPCC member Future Processing, a Gliwice-based IT firm that employs over 850 people and earns the majority of its income in the UK, has published a report looking at the role that uncertainty plays among UK business leaders.
On 22 November 2019, members of the BPCC’s HR policy group met with Karolina Stawicka, Paulina Grotkowska and Michał Zabost, labour law experts from law firm Bird & Bird Law, to discuss anti-mobbing procedures.
A long-running and popular series of events, the BPCC’s breakfasts bring together stakeholders from the built environment – investors, developers, contractors, engineers, architects and of course real estate advisors.