The Prime Minister Beata Szydlo has taken direct supervision over the state-controlled and WSE-listed insurer PZU from her deputy, Development and Finance Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Szydlo acknowledged for a news briefing.
„Supervision of the firm is conducted by me,” Szydlo said. „I determined that for the good of the firm it will be beneficial and the decision was made.”
Under the current government’s new model for state firm supervision, state owned enterprises are supervised by individual ministers from related fields. As a financial institution, PZU had originally been allocated to Morawiecki.