An article titled "How to confirm the non-punishment of foreigners in managerial or supervisory roles" by Anna Prigan, a member of the Public Procurement Law Association, was published in the Rzeczpospolita daily.
"A capital company registered in the Polish National Court Register should confirm the non-punishment of its board members, supervisory board and proxies by submitting a certificate from the Polish Criminal Record, even if all these people are citizens of another country."
In the case of capital companies registered in the Polish National Court Register, it is mandatory to confirm the non-punishment of board members, supervisory board and proxies. The company should submit a certificate from the Polish National Criminal Register, regardless of the citizenship of these individuals.
Current regulations do not require an ECRIS attachment for companies registered in Poland, but they do require it from citizens of other EU Member States. The regulations concerning the confirmation of non-punishment of foreigners in managerial or supervisory roles should be flexible and allow the possibility of presenting information on non-punishment issued in the country of citizenship or residence of the individual.
The content of the publication is also available in the electronic version of the daily.