In order to maintain correct relations with all shareholders, the Bank, whose shareholding is largely dispersed, has adopted an information policy. According to its provisions, the Bank’s overriding aim regarding the performance of information activities is to guarantee high standards of communication with the participants of the capital market, which are a sign of respect for the principles of universal and equal access to information. Within the context of its information policy, the Bank takes into account the interests of all investors, provided that they are not in conflict with the Bank’s interests, while the objective of the information policy is to define the mechanisms of communication with the participants of the capital market to ensure appropriate, fair and complete access to information about the Bank for all investors, without any preferences.

Due to the ownership structure of the Group, which consists of 13 direct subsidiaries (fully controlled by the Bank), the companies report to the Bank acting as their parent entity (within the scope of the legal regulations).

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