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Major changes in the regulatory landscape of the consumer credit market in Poland
Commenting on the major changes in the Polish regulator environment for private credit provided by non-banks, this paper discusses the changes that will take effect on 11 March 2016. As regards non-bank creditors (including payment day creditors and online creditors) who are or will be engaged in providing credit to consumers in Poland, the main prudential benchmark is the Polish Act on Credit to Consumers (ustawa o kredycie konsumenckim) hereinafter referred to as ACC.
In general, the ACC is the transposition of EU Directive 2008/48/EC on credit contracts for private individuals, which is why the provisions and demands on the granting procedure and the contents of the document are generally in line with EU norms. Further important legal provisions for the retail banking sector from the point of views of the banking industry are the Personal Data Protection Act, the Law on the Protection of Consumers' Rights and the Law on Electronic Services.
According to the ACC, a credit for consumption is a credit of no more than PLN 255,550 (approx. 60,000) or the countervalue of this amount in a different foreign exchange than the PLN (Polish zloty) which the creditor provides (or undertakes to provide) to the consumer. 25,000 PLN (approx. 60,000 ?) is the maximum amount of the credit for consumption. Payment day and online credits provided to individuals by a domestic non-bank creditor are generally regarded as credit for the purposes of this provision.
In Poland, the granting of credits (po?yczka), as well as payment days and online credits, to customers by non-banks within the framework of a private agreement does not need a Polish banking licence (or any other licence) (unlike credits (kredyt) provided by banks under the Polish Banks Act, which does need a Polish bank licence). Creditors other than banks can only act as a private company with restricted liabilities or as a joint-stock corporation with a nominal value of at least PLN 200,000 (approx. 46,000), where the nominal value can only be contributed in the form of money and the members of the corporations can only be persons who have not been sentenced for certain criminal acts or delicts.
As non-banks provide in most cases retail banking products to customers, the most important regulator monitoring the markets and carrying out inspections is the Polish Competition and Consumption Agency (Urz?d Ochrony Konkurencji i Konsumentów, UOKiK). Act amending the Act on Supervision of Finance, the Banking Act and other acts of 5 August 2015 (hereinafter referred to as the Amendment) brings important changes to the Polish retail credit regulator environment which will have a significant effect on paydays and the online credit area.
Among other things, the amendment concerns the following non-banking activities in Poland, which will come into effect on 11 March 2016: They introduce the concept of'interest-free loan costs' (pozaodsetkowe koszty kredytu) into the ACC - which are understood as'the overall loan charge without interest'.
They set an upper limit for the abovementioned interest-free borrowing charges, which may not exceed 25% of the aggregate amount of the borrowing plus 30% of the aggregate amount of the borrowing per year, but in no case more than the aggregate amount of the borrowing over the entire duration of the borrowing (loan), and provide that certain borrowings (and their charges) which are accrued and/or transferred within 120 calendar days shall be aggregated for the purpose of this computation.
The limit is set for all delayed settlements (e.g. so-called so-called so-called "soft collection" costs) and default interest at the limit of the default interest rat. It is my belief that the amendment will have a significant effect on non-bank credit in Poland.
There is a major tendency to extend the range of products available from paying rate creditors (who have so far mainly provided short-term and relatively small loans) to include longer-term loans of higher value that are repayable in increments. I believe that the rationale for such a postponement lies in the fact that the thresholds for non-interest bearing borrowing charges and delayed payouts that are being imposed are undermining the most important sources of revenue for daily payers to date, while these thresholds do not have such a negative impact on longer-term, higher quality instalment loans.
Such changes can already be seen as operators have already adapted their range of products to the new regulative environment.