Audit Committee

The Audit Committee is responsible for:
  • submitting to the Supervisory Board justified recommendations concerning the selection of a certified auditor,
  • evaluating the plan of activities of the certified auditor and the financial statement
  • monitoring the reliability of financial information presented by the Company, in particular by reviewing suitability and consequences of using accountancy methods adopted by the Company,
  • making recommendations aimed at formulating decisions to be taken by the Board,
  • preparing written annual reports of its activities 
  • monitoring the financial reporting process;
  • monitoring the efficiency of internal control systems, internal auditing, and risk management;
  • monitoring financial reviews execution,
  • monitoring the independence of the certified auditor and the entity authorized to investigate financial statements, including the services mentioned in Art. 48 Section 2 of the Law on certified auditors, their professional self-government, subjects authorized to investigate financial statements and public supervision of 7 May 2009 (Dz.U.  No 77 item  649).

    and other responsibilities of the Committee defined in Annex No I to the Recommendation of the European Commission of 15 February 2005 on the role of non-executive directors and directors and others who are members of a supervisory board of listed companies and supervisory board committee (Journal of Laws of the EU.L.05.52.51).

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