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Corporate governance – how we understand it and what it means to us

Corporate governance refers to a set of rules addressed to all shareholders, corporate bodies and their members and applied by companies to ensure transparent governance.

Orange Polska, as a company listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), applies corporate governance rules, maintaining Polish and international standards of proper governance. In particular, such efforts are reflected in our best practices, including Diversity Charter, CSR Report or Orange Polska Code of Ethics. We are convinced that transparent corporate governance is the only right and innovative approach that fits the market environment and provides for the proper balance between the interests of all the stakeholders involved in the operations of Orange Polska.

We ensure that investors have access to reliable information, particularly related to finance. This attitude produces the expected results: in 2013, Orange Polska was awarded for the best application of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in its financial statements for 2012 (in the 8th edition of the “The Best Annual Report” competition).

Structure of Orange Polska

Struktura

Key internal documents regulating corporate governance in Orange Polska

Articles of Association of Orange Polska S.A.

Regulations of the Management Board

Regulations of the Supervisory Board

Regulations of the General Assembly

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Przydatne linki

Useful Links

The Warsaw Stock Exchange
www.gpw.pl

Financial Supervision Authority
www.knf.gov.pl

The National Depository for Securities
www.kdpw.pl

The Polish Association of Listed Companies
www.seg.org.pl

Association of Individual
Investors
www.sii.org.pl