Polish Finance Minister Tadeusz Koscinski believes that the EU needs a union of capital markets more than ever before, with its goal being the development of strong European financial markets and brokers that are capable of competing in the international arena.
Late Friday, S&P Global Ratings announced that it had affirmed Poland's credit rating at 'A-'. The agency also defined the ratings outlook as stable.
Polish companies are attractive for foreign institutional investors, especially as the country’s economy is developing dynamically, believe participants of the CEE Capital Markets conference in London.
Poland will offer tax incentives for issuers and investors, improve the operation of tax administration and supervision bodies and simplify regulations under the country's new Capital Market Development Strategy published by the Finance Ministry on Thursday.