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16th Conference of Polish Chamber of Brokerage Houses

The 16th Conference of the Polish Chamber of Brokerage Houses will be held on 4–6 March 2016 in Bukowina Tatrzańska. The main theme of the event will be “Capital market for growth of the Polish economy.” It is one of the largest and most prestigious conferences for the securities industry in Poland, with many recognized experts on capital markets taking part. One of the panels will be led by Paweł Kuskowski from Wierzbowski Eversheds.

This year’s conference will be a special event as it will also mark the 25th anniversary of Poland’s capital market and the 20th anniversary of the Polish Chamber of Brokerage Houses.
The agenda includes such as issues as: 
Capital market for growth of the Polish economy
Capital market union in Europe and the growth of the capital market in Poland
What next with access to domestic capital by Polish enterprises?
Stimulating long-term investments from the perspective of the pension system, the safety of public finances, and building a strong economy
How to raise investors’ confidence in the Polish capital market
The bond market in Poland compared to other markets, developed and emerging
Separation of payment for analytical and consulting services from brokers’ commissions under the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II)
Regulatory conditions for the operation of investment firms under MiFID II. 
Paweł Kuskowski, head of the Regulatory Risk and Compliance practice at Wierzbowski Eversheds, will lead a discussion entitled “Regulatory conditions for the operation of investment firms under MiFID II,” covering the following issues: 
Who is affected by MiFID II and to what degree? Is it possible to apply certain subjective exclusions, and in what areas?
Is the goal of MiFID II only to increase customer protection, or perhaps help business operate more smoothly? What effect can MiFID II have on the competitiveness of the Polish capital market?
What are the most important changes MiFID II will bring in the areas of market organization, investor protection, and organization of capital market entities?
Will the process of implementing MiFID II, in the context of incentives, complaints, informational obligations and conflict of interest rules, force investment firms to make huge changes in their internal rules and procedures?
Will MiFID II mean a revolution in the approach to offering financial products? If so, what will be the negative and positive ramifications in relation to customers?
What influence will implementation of MiFID II have on IT infrastructure?
What are the projected costs of implementing MiFID II? Will introduction of MiFID II cause increased costs for customers?
The conference will enjoy the honorary patronage of the Ministry of Development, the Ministry of Treasury, and the Polish Financial Supervision Authority.
More information and registration form> http://www.idm.com.pl/index.php/pl/o-konferencji-xvi

This year’s conference will be a special event as it will also mark the 25th anniversary of Poland’s capital market and the 20th anniversary of the Polish Chamber of Brokerage Houses.

The agenda includes such as issues as: 

  • Capital market for growth of the Polish economy
  • Capital market union in Europe and the growth of the capital market in Poland
  • What next with access to domestic capital by Polish enterprises?
  • Stimulating long-term investments from the perspective of the pension system, the safety of public finances, and building a strong economy
  • How to raise investors’ confidence in the Polish capital market
  • The bond market in Poland compared to other markets, developed and emerging
  • Separation of payment for analytical and consulting services from brokers’ commissions under the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II)
  • Regulatory conditions for the operation of investment firms under MiFID II. 

Paweł Kuskowski, head of the Regulatory Risk and Compliance practice at Wierzbowski Eversheds, will lead a discussion entitled “Regulatory conditions for the operation of investment firms under MiFID II,” covering the following issues: 

  • Who is affected by MiFID II and to what degree? Is it possible to apply certain subjective exclusions, and in what areas?
  • Is the goal of MiFID II only to increase customer protection, or perhaps help business operate more smoothly? What effect can MiFID II have on the competitiveness of the Polish capital market?
  • What are the most important changes MiFID II will bring in the areas of market organization, investor protection, and organization of capital market entities?
  • Will the process of implementing MiFID II, in the context of incentives, complaints, informational obligations and conflict of interest rules, force investment firms to make huge changes in their internal rules and procedures?
  • Will MiFID II mean a revolution in the approach to offering financial products? If so, what will be the negative and positive ramifications in relation to customers?
  • What influence will implementation of MiFID II have on IT infrastructure?
  • What are the projected costs of implementing MiFID II? Will introduction of MiFID II cause increased costs for customers?

The conference will enjoy the honorary patronage of the Ministry of Development, the Ministry of Treasury, and the Polish Financial Supervision Authority.

More information and registration form>