Former Polish minister against super regulator

In an interview for the Parkiet daily, the former head of the Polish Securities and Exchange Commission (KPWiG) and treasury minister in Marek Belka's government, Jacek Socha, assessed the Polish financial market as not mature enough to introduce integrated supervision.

In his opinion, the current supervisory institutions - the Commission for Banking Supervision (KNB), the KPWiG and the Insurance and Pension Funds Supervisory Commission (KNUiFE) - are performing well and are positively regarded

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