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Former GetBack CEO threatened the government?
May 15, 2018   
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Konrad Kakolewski
The ousted CEO of defaulting debt collector GetBack sent poorly veiled threats of political repercussions to PM Mateusz Morawiecki and the nation's chief regulator, warning of a scandal for the governing party if his firm was not saved, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna writes, claiming to have seen the correspondence.
Ousted CEO Konrad Kakolewski, in a letter to the PM just days before a scandal broke over a falsified claim of fresh financing from state controlled entities PFR and bank PKO BP, demanded fresh financing from those two entities as well as units of state controlled insurer PZU. GetBack had taken numerous overt steps to ingratiate itself with the governing party, including sponsoring some key events. The letter to the PM claims that a bankruptcy could be seen as a 'financial pyramid' of the governing party.
Kakolewski claimed in a letter for the market regulator that his firm was the victim of a conspiracy against its lead shareholder, PE group Abris, after the latter won an arbitration case against Poland for a different investment.
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