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The start of spring can be intense for some, with so many interesting issues to discuss:

  • The new CJEU order opens the way for the reversing or varying of all decisions made by the President of the Energy Regulatory Office (URE) imposing penalties for failure to comply with the obligation to purchase certificates of origin and submit these for redemption or to pay a replacement fee, remind Milena Kazanowska-Kędzierska and Aleksandra Pinkas.
  • The expansion of the scope of activities reported under the Taxonomy and market expectations make it necessary to comply with regulatory requirements, and to do so well in advance, points out Kamila Jachnik-Carnecka.
  • We are getting closer to equal opportunities for men and women in top management positions. At least as far as listed companies are concerned, but this means that changes await them as a result of the implementation of Directive 2022/2381, writes Urszula Wójcik.
  • Failure to make initial notifications and updates to the Central Register of Beneficial Owners may result in a fine of up to PLN 1 million, reminds Adam Czarnota.
  • And a recent judgment of the Provincial Administrative Court in Poznań confirms that anyone planning to set up a family foundation to trade in cryptocurrencies should once again analyse the issue, warn Jan Janukowicz and Sławomir Wnuczek.

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The Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act (Act) requires the notification and updating of information on the beneficial owners of partnerships and companies (and other entities referred to in Article 58 of the Act) to the Central Register of Beneficial Owners (CRBR).

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