Central Banking

Polish e-signature centre may break EU law

POLAND - The privileged position of Centrast accreditation centre and the high fees that the subsidiary of the central bank plans to charge may be against the rules set forth in an EU directive on the e-signature, released in 1999.

According to the directive, at least two accreditation centres should be allowed to operate in a country to provide accreditation services to e-signature authorisation companies.

In Poland, the government did not use the possibility of announcing a bid to select a co

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