corporate

Danuta Pajewska: Transparency of the capital market is fundamental

Interview with Danuta Pajewska, senior partner at Wardyński & Partners and head of the Capital Markets practice group.

Fines for violating reporting requirements when buying shares of listed companies

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority has fined a couple PLN 200,000 for acquiring shares in a listed company over the 10% threshold without announcing a public tender.

Errors most often caused by carelessness or simple routine

Łukasz Koziński of the Corporate Law practice group at Wardyński & Partners reviews the rules for conducting annual shareholder meetings.

What does the National Court Register tell us?

Bartłomiej Wyjatek of the Corporate Law practice group at Wardyński & Partners explains how the court register protects the interests of participants in commercial transactions.

Resolution of supervisory board of joint-stock company may be challenged

There is no regulation in Polish law directly governing challenges to resolutions of the management board or supervisory board of a capital company. Thus there have long been doubts whether there is any way to set aside these resolutions.

Can a pre-war company still recover its assets?

An amendment to the Regulations Enacting the National Court Register Act has gone into effect that significantly changes the rules for re-registering pre-war companies in the National Court Register. The amendment makes it more difficult to reactivate pre