IMF warns Poland over super-regulator

The International Monetary Fund has warned Poland that plans for a unified financial services supervisory agency could expose the system to political interference, the Financial Times reported.

"I think this is very weak legislation," Christoph Rosenberg, senior regional representative for the IMF, told the FT. "One fundamental objective of any law setting up such an agency is to ensure that its activity is independent of any government's political agenda. Without such assurances, undue interf

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