KDPW to reduce settlement fees
March 8, 2019

Poland's central securities depository KDPW has just announced that fees for the settlement of transactions in organized trading will be reduced temporarily by 25 percent from July 1 to December 31. The KDPW Supervisory Board has passed the relevant resolution at the request of the Management Board.

Said Maciej Trybuchowski, KDPW CEO & President: "The proposed effective date of the settlement fee reduction is aligned with the effective date of the Employee Capital Plan Act. In my opinion, Employee Capital Plans will generate capital necessary to attract new issuers to the exchange and to activate and strengthen the market, while liquidity boosted by local capital will attract foreign investors to the Polish capital market, as well. KDPW's fee reduction is one of the support measures offered to Employee Capital Plan providers and our contribution to market growth."

The KDPW Group adds that it has for years pursued a policy of growth and diversification of revenue. Consequently, it has steadily reduced fees charged to participants and offered temporary fee reductions in order to bolster selected market segments.





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Poland's central securities depository KDPW has just announced that fees for the settlement of transactions in organized trading will be reduced temporarily by 25 percent from July 1 to December 31. The KDPW Supervisory Board has passed the relevant resolution at the request of the Management Board.

Said Maciej Trybuchowski, KDPW CEO & President: "The proposed effective date of the settlement fee reduction is aligned with the effective date of the Employee Capital Plan Act. In my opinion, Employee Capital Plans will generate capital necessary to attract new issuers to the exchange and to activate and strengthen the market, while liquidity boosted by local capital will attract foreign investors to the Polish capital market, as well. KDPW's fee reduction is one of the support measures offered to Employee Capital Plan providers and our contribution to market growth."

The KDPW Group adds that it has for years pursued a policy of growth and diversification of revenue. Consequently, it has steadily reduced fees charged to participants and offered temporary fee reductions in order to bolster selected market segments.



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