IRGiT is responsible for the financial settlement of exchange transactions and the safety of markets settled by IRGiT.
Andrzej Kalinowski - President of the Management Board
Łukasz Goliszewski - Vice-President of the Management Board
Adam Młodkowski – Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Piotr Borowski – Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Jarosław Obrzud - Secretary of the Supervisory Board
Piotr Krygiel – Member
Sebastian Wijas – Member
Mission and vision
Our mission is to ensure safe and timely performance of transactions concluded by our clients. As a committed team, we work with the Polish Power Exchange to support development of exchange markets taking into account the needs of market participants.
We will develop and improve our offering, while taking into account international standards for clearing and expectations of our clients.
Towarowa Giełda Energii S. A. - holds 100% of shares
IRGiT’s organizational structure.
IRGiT jest aktywny w obszarze współpracy międzynarodowej. Jako partner TGE, dzięki połączeniom transgranicznym Polski z Litwą, Szwecją, Niemcami, Czechami i Słowacją, IRGiT przystąpiła do inicjatyw Single Intraday Coupling (SIDC) i Single Day-ahead Coupling (SDAC), które umożliwiają ciągły handel transgraniczny w całej Europie. Od 2021 r. Izba jest częścią Multi-NEMO Arrangement w polskiej strefie cenowej.
IRGiT is compliant with the Principles of Corporate Governance for Supervised Institutions Rules by the Polish Financial Supervision Authority.
CSR – Corporate Social Responsibility
IRGiT conducts its business in accordance with the Articles of Association and in a professional and responsible manner. IRGiT’s success and reputation depend not only on the quality of the services it provides but also on whether IRGiT runs its business while bearing in mind all social, ethical and environmental ramifications.
IRGiT operates as a Clearing and Settlement House under authorization from the Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) issued on 19 April 2010 and as an Exchange Clearing House under the notice referred to in Article 68a(14) of the Act on Trading in Financial Instruments of 19 April 2010. The long-term development path adopted by IRGiT calls for continuous improvement and pursuit to deploy solutions aligned with the highest market standards in clearing and settlement. Of key significance in this process are the rules and principles developed by leading international institutions.