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DEVELOPMENT OF THE REGULATED CAPITAL MARKET IN POLAND. Jacek Socha CHAIRMAN OF THE POLISH SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION. „Development of the regulated capital market in Poland”, Washington, 2003. Foundations of the Polish public capital market. Dematerialization of securities

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DEVELOPMENT OF THEREGULATED CAPITAL MARKETIN POLAND

Jacek Socha

CHAIRMAN OF THE

POLISH SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

„Development of the regulated capital market in Poland”, Washington, 2003


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Foundations of the Polish public capital market

  • Dematerialization of securities

    • all securities admitted to public trading are dematerialised what allows electronic trading, which is faster, safer and less costly

  • Concentration of trading

    • trading in public securities is conducted on the regulated market

    • concentration of supply and demand on one market allows more effective price discovery thanks to larger liquidity

  • Equal access to information on public companies

    • disclosure requirements: initial, current, periodic

    • high standard and quality of disclosed information and data

  • Strong supervision over the market

    • admitting securities to public trading

    • licensing of brokerage houses, brokers and advisors

    • supervision over market participants

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Organisation of the Polish capital market

  • Warsaw Stock Exchange:

    • main stock exchange in Poland

    • organises trading in bonds and stocks, bonds and derivatives

  • Central Table of Offers:

    • regulated over-the-counter market

    • organises trading in stocks of medium and small enterprises

  • National Depository for Securities:

    • central deposit of securities

    • clears and settles transactions in public securities

  • Polish Securities and Exchange Commission:

    • admits securities to public trading

    • licences and supervises market participants

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NUMBER OF ENTITIES IN PUBLIC TRADING

VALUE OF PUBLIC OFFERS [mln USD]

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WARSAW STOCK EXCHANGE INDEX WIG

NUMBER OF COMPANIES LISTED ON THE WARSAW STOCK EXCHANGE

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TURNOVER ON THE WARSAW STOCK EXCHANGE [mln USD]

CAPITALISATION OF THE WARSAW STOCK EXCHANGE [mln USD]

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SECTORS IN THE CAPITALISATION OF THE WSE

SHARE OF INVESTORS IN TURNOVER ON WSE EQUITY MARKET [%]

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CAPITALISATION OF STOCK EXCHANGES IN THE REGION AS % OF GDP - 2002

WSE AMONG MARKETS OF THE REGION (MAIN AND PARALLEL MARKETS) - 2002

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NUMBER OF COMPANIES AND COMPANY AVERAGE VALUE ON LARGE EUROPEAN MARKETS

NUMBER OF COMPANIES AND COMPANY AVERAGE VALUE ON MEDIUM-SIZE EUROPEAN MARKETS

Number of companies

Company’s value [mln EUR]

Number of companies

Company’s value [mln EUR]

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DERIVATIVES TURNOVER ON PARTICULAR EUROPEAN MARKETS - XII 2002

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NUMBER OF ENTITIES CONDUCTING BROKERAGE ACTIVITIES

NUMBER OF INVESTMENTS ACCOUNTS

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NUMBER OF INVESTMENT FUNDS AND FUNDS CORPORATIONS

VALUE OF NET ASSETS OF INVESTMENT FUNDS [mln USD]

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Polish capital market in Central Europe

  • Poland is a country with high economic potential, high stable growth in domestic product and large population; Poland is expected to join European Union in 2004

  • Warsaw Stock Exchange is the biggest exchange in Central and Eastern Europe in capitalisation, turnover and number of listed companies

  • Warsaw Stock Exchange has successfully developed trading in futures on the main index WIG20, taking over many other countries in the region

  • Warsaw Stock Exchange implemented in 2000 new modern, advanced trading system called Warset; National Depository works on the implementation of the new clearing and settlement system

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International cooperation of the PolishSecurities and Exchange Commission

  • IOSCO: Polish regulations implement IOSCO standards

    • PSEC is member of Emerging Markets and European Regional Committees

    • PSEC is in charge of WG-4 Working Group dealing with the matters of enforcement and exchange of information

  • FESCO: 1998-2000 Chairman of the PSEC was a Chairman of the IOSCO European Regional Committee and acted as an observer in FESCO meetings

    • 30th may 2001 Poland initiated creation in Warsaw Consultative Group of countries preparing to integrate with the EU to cooperate in this process

  • Memoranda of Understanding:cooperation and exchange of information

    • up to now 16 agreements are signed with such countries as France, Italy or Germany, others are negotiated

  • US SEC: cooperation in development of the Polish market and training

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Best Practices in Public Companies

  • In 2002 Warsaw Stock Exchange accepted Corporate Governance Code describing best corporate governance standards in public joint stock companies

  • Corporate Governance Code constitutes a set of detailed rules of conduct addressed to authorities of companies, members of such authorities, as well as majority and minority shareholders

  • Listed companies are expected to implement these standards or explain the reasons of non-compliance

  • Disputes between interested parties arising from implementation of the standards will be resolved by the Warsaw Stock Exchange Arbitration Court

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Harmonisation of the Polish Regulations with the European Union Directives

  • Polish securities regulations have been based on the European Union standards from the foundation of the capital market in Poland

  • Recent amendments of law fully harmonised Polish regulations with the European Union directives, among others in the following areas:

    • mutual recognition of prospectuses

    • single passport for investment firms

    • mutual recognition of open-end investment funds

    • introduction of the investor-compensation scheme

  • Regulations concerning operation of the Single Market will come into force at the date of Poland accession to the European Union

  • New regulations adopted in the European Union are also being currently implemented in Poland

„Development of the regulated capital market in Poland”, Washington, 2003


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