By Antoni F. Reczek, OBE, Chairman
By Antoni F. Reczek, OBE, Chairman
This issue of Contact focuses on financial services, a rapidly growing part of the Polish economy, and one where Britain has traditionally led the way.
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.
Interview with Paweł Siwecki, CEO and Michael Dembinski, chief advisor, BPCC
All VAT payers are already sending the Standard Audit Files for Tax ('JPK' in Polish) to the Ministry of Finance's servers.
Governments, corporations, the financial system and civil society are all key stakeholders of how climate change and sustainability challenges play out.
The UK is seen as the world’s leading insurance centre; London’s financial institutions have access to enormous amount of potential consumers, reflecting its economic potential.
Despite hopes or doubts, Brexit is seen to be inevitable; companies should start their preparations now. The biggest impact from the tax perspective will result from customs duties and VAT.
The Polish government has accepted the draft bill on supporting new investments which expands special economic zones (SEZ) to cover the entire country.
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.
How do you make cash from your sales? This old dilemma is the cornerstone of credit risk management.
A public affairs consultant’s perspective on the FinTech regulatory and policy frameworks.
For the average person in Poland today, digital currencies have negative connotations. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Whether we like it or not, cryptocurrencies are the next frontier in the world of money and finance, with initial coin offering (ICO) being the biggest trend in the cryptocurrency industry today.
The UK is one of the main trading partners for Polish exporters.
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).
A business revolution begins when you change your point of view, and you see that you can look at something in a new way.
At a conference held at the British Embassy on 18 April 2018, representatives from the Polish and UK healthcare sectors met to share experiences in implementing e-health solutions.
Are we, as a species, producing, consuming and wasting too much, and thus endangering the planet's ecosystem? What should businesses do about this today?
On 17 April 2018, member companies from the American Chamber of Commerce and the BPCC met at a joint networking event at the Krakow Hotel Holiday Inn Krakow City Centre.
On April 5th, the British Polish Chamber of Commerce, Dentons and Industrial Development Agency organized a meeting devoted to the system of tax incentives for investments in Poland.
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.
At a joint meeting of the BPCC's HR, Healthcare and Real Estate policy groups, held at the Kinnarps showroom on 20 March 2018.
The Fly&More conference held in Rzeszów's G2A Arena on 15 March 2018 brought together key people from the Polish civil aviation sector, including operators of regional airports.
The second British-Polish Construction Forum took place at NatWest's Bishopsgate offices in the City of London, bringing together business owners from across the sector.