WARSAW, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Poland’s Bank Guarantee Fund (BFG) President Zdzislaw Sokal said he had no intention of resigning after financial sector regulator KNF’s chairman Marek Chrzanowski quit amid corruption allegations on Tuesday.
“As a BFG president I always acted in line with the law... There is no reason for me to resign in connection to this case. I am and I will be the BFG president,” Sokal told Reuters late on Wednesday.
Reporting by Pawel Sobczak; Writing by Marcin Goclowski; Editing by Adrian Croft