Poland is pushing ahead with plans to modernise the country’s fintech offering, as officials look beyond implementation of European directives to the potential for a regulatory sandbox.
Earlier this year authorities announced plans to make Poland a more attractive location for payment and financial services start-ups, by streamlining the application and registration process.
The prospects of those plans, particularly the intention to allow small payment firms to operate without a full licence, have received a further boost as the government declared the achievements of an innovation working group.
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