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Przegląd Ustawodawstwa Gospodarczego Nr 05/2007

ISSN: 0137-5490
Pages: 32
Place publication: 2007 Warszawa
Binding: paperback
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Janusz Paczocha
Wojciech Rogowski
Paweł Kłosiewicz

Koszty obowiązków administracyjnych ponoszonych przez banki w Polsce na przykładzie przestrzegania "Prawa bankowego"

The Cost of Administrative Burdens Resulting from the Banking Law Suffered banks in Poland
The paper presents the results of first assessment of cost of administrative burdens in banking sector in Poland. All administrative burdens was indicated in the Banking Law valid at the end of 2004, using the Netherlands developed methodology of the Standard Cost Model (SCM). The administrative cost was calculated in selected banks representative to whole population of commercial and cooperative banks operating in Poland. Five types of cost was eliminated, largest one was cost of obligations according to prudential supervision. The finding of pilot study shows that aggregate cost of regulation related to total banking assets in Poland was on similar level indicated in the Dutch banking sector.

Marek Szydło
Tadeusz Skoczny
Dawid Miąsik
Agata Jurkowska

Nowa uokik z 2007 r.: krytyczna analiza niektórych rozwiązań

New Act on Competition and Consumer Protection - a critical analysis
This article presents critical analysis of some solutions of the new Act of 16 February 2007 on competition and consumer protection. The legislator did not provide for adequate conformity between the provisions of the new Act and provisions of other acts concerning the meaning of undertaking. A welcomed change is the clarification of the scope of application of the concentration control provisions to individuals. Another positive modification concerns the de minimis rule. Market shares of parties to a vertical agreements ceased to be added up. However, old market share thresholds (at the level of 5 and 10%) have been maintained. The same applies to the notion of dominant position and the presumption of a dominant position above 40% market share threshold. The second solution does not fit well into the economic approach to competition rules. A ban on practices infringing collective consumer interests is finally clearly provided. However, the new Act copied the legal concepts from previous legislation, whose application in practice led to divergent opinions. Two alternatives notification thresholds were introduced for the purpose of concentration control. The significant restriction of competition test was maintained. However, Polish law still lacks the legal definition of the concentration. Introduction of the obligation to notify a creation of a joint venture, irrespective of the criterion of the control on a lasting basis, deserves also criticism.

Joanna Długosz

Europejska inicjatywa w zakresie przeciwdziałania praniu pieniędzy i finansowaniu terroryzmu

European Initiative counteracting dirty money laundry and financing of terrorism
This article deals with the issues of money laundering and terrorist financing and analyses current strategies against the phenomena within the enlarged European Union. On the basis of the Directive 2005/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 October 2005 on the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purpose of money laundering and terrorist financing, this paper highlights also new challenges and problems in the protection of the interests of the European Communities against the subject issues, which are visible after the latest EU enlargements. Subsequently it serves an analysis whether Polish penal regulations referring to criminal responsibility for money laundering and terrorist financing, as well as other regulations referring to combating organized forms of criminality, especially in the area of money laundering and terrorist financing, do appropriately reflect the regulations of the European Community legislation.


Wiesław Czyżowicz

Integracja Europejska (Jan Barcz, Elżbieta Kawecka-Wyżykowska, Krystyna Michałowska-Gorywoda, "Integracja Eurpejska", Wolters Kluwer, Warszawa 2007, s. 428)

Orzecznictwo w sprawach gospodarczych

Elżbieta Skowrońska-Bocian

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