Message from our friend Dr Sergey Lyalin, creator of the leading C&E Europe bonds information agency Cbonds.info
Given the fact that the bonds market in Warsaw seems to have been underdeveloped in comparison to equities, especially against the backdrop of other financial centres, we welcome this initiative by Dr Lyalin’s dynamic information agency.
Dear Quoracy.com subscribers,
Cbonds information agency announces the opening of a “Poland” section on Cbonds.Info website. The new section is dedicated to the Polish bond market. Address of the new section – http://www.cbonds.info/pl/eng/ ; information is available in English. We plan to launch the version of the section in Polish before the end of 2011.
Information on the Polish bond market includes news, a database of bond issues by Polish issuers including government, corporate and municipal bonds. The bond database includes both domestic and Eurobond issues. The section will also contain bond quotes in trading systems WSE and BondSpot, eurobond quotes in the OTC market, analytics prepared by Polish and international investment banks, key indices and market indicators, calendar of events (placements, payment coupons, redemptions), and a list of Polish investment banks. Information on quotes and indices contains the latest values, historical data archive, and convenient graphical features for data visualization and charting. For most types of tabulated data will be exportable to Excel.
Information in the “Poland” section is structured and displayed in a manner similar to other Cbonds sections, which will make it easier for regular users of Cbonds website to work with Polish market data. All information in “Poland” section is currently available in free access.
We expect that the launch of “Poland” section will encourage growing interest in the Polish bond market among both Polish and foreign investors. Cbonds welcomes any suggestions, proposals and ideas concerning development of our “Poland” section. We will do our best to make it a reliable, prompt and objective source of information on the Polish bond market.
Sergey Lyalin, PhD., CEO of Cbonds Ltd., tel/fax +7 812 336-97-21 *108
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REMINDER: BCC Invitation to Breakfast Briefing Payroll – forthcoming changes in the new tax and labour codes affecting employees, 8 November, Hotel Palace, Prague
The British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic would like to invite you to a Payroll – forthcoming changes in the new tax and labour codes affecting employees breakfast briefing, which will be held at the Palace Hotel, Panská 12, Prague 1, on Tuesday 8 November from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m.
The briefing will cover significant changes in the tax administration rules laid out in the 2011 tax code (from 1st January), especially new penalties and fines for non compliance.
The seminar will also cover the payroll aspects of the proposed changes in the draft labour code currently going through the legislative process which will come into force on 1 January 2012.
Our speakers will cover these topics as follows:
Lucia Ráblová, Head of Tax, Baker Tilly Czech Republic, s.r.o.
• Penalties for late submission of tax returns
• Deadline for additional tax assessments
• Late payment interest for the unlawful acting of the tax administrator
Alena Vávrová, Head of Payroll, Contract Administration, s.r.o.
• Amount of severance pay due depending on length of employment
• Changes in labour contracts, both temporary and unlimited term
• Overtime remuneration
Price: BCC Members: 100 CZK [VAT included]; Non Members: 600 CZK + 20% VAT
The fee will be invoiced before the event. Cancellations of registration can be made no later than the Friday, 4th November 2011 before the event. Missed attendance will be invoiced after the event in full amount. We reserve the right to make changes to the programme due to unforeseen circumstances. By registering, you give your consent to our maintaining and processing your personal data, and using your electronic address for the purpose of disseminating business-related communications by the BCC and its sponsors.
British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic
Malé náměstí 11, Prague 1, 110 00, Richter House, 3rd floor
Tel: +420 224 835 163 / Fax: +420 224 835 162
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Arpad’s friends are on the move again, Europe beware…
Tájékoztatásunkkal kapcsolatban kérem nézze meg a csatolt dokumentumot.
We kindly inform you that Baker Tilly Hungaria moves to new office, please,
see the attachment.
- Group: The Prague Networking Group
- Subject: Invitation – Expat Expo
Dear Prague Networking Group Community,
Do you feel well-settled and sorted with your life in Prague? If the answers is, “it could be better“, we invite you to take advantage of a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the businesses that could make your life easier. Join us at the third annual Expat Expo exhibition on Saturday, October 8th, from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Holesovice Exhbition Grounds (Vystaviste Holesovice). Entry is free!
If you want to get involved even more, put on your apron and join “The Best Expats Recipe“ competition for the best cake or dessert, which is part of the organisers´ new “Food Festival” initiative. Please see more information enclose.
Make your life better in Prague by discovering what the city has to offer!
Posted By Juraj Jariabka
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