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SKOK credit union bank scandal
According to the media, Grzegorz Bierecki, PiS senator, co-founded credit unions that were not supervised by the KNF - The Financial Supervision Authority. He did it, according to journalists, thanks to the votes and efforts of PiS politicians. Then, according to reports, he opened SKOK Holding in Luxembourg, where over time the ownership of companies providing various services to SKOKs was transferred. According to journalists, Bierecki's asset declarations show that in a good year his remuneration, coming from various entities related to the SKOK system, exceeded even PLN 5 million. According to journalists, politicians and people associated with PiS and SKOK took loans in them, which they did not pay back. In 2013, SKOKs were supervised by the Polish Financial Supervision Authority. The media report that since 2014, 13 credit unions of credit unions have collapsed, with approx. 250,000 aggrieved clients. The Bank Guarantee Fund paid the depositors of 13 bankrupt credit unions nearly PLN 4,336 million.