The former head of Poland’s financial regulator Marek Chrzanowski was detained earlier in November after being at the epicentre of an anti-corruption investigation in which he was forced to resign amid allegations that he solicited a bribe from Leszek Czarnecki, the owner of Poland's Getin Noble Bank.
Czarnecki is one of Poland’s richest men and was offered favourable treatment in return for a kickback by Chrzanowski, who apparently proposed that the former re-hire a specific lawyer to represen...


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