Digital revolution - legal and accounting aspects of electronic documentation

Dynamic changes resulting from digitalisation and globalisation also concern the accounting area and legal procedures applicable to entrepreneurs. The pandemic has accelerated even more this digital revolution.

During the webinar, experts of the Accounting Department of Mazars in Poland and legal firm Kocur & Partners presented participants how to safely carry out a digital transformation in accounting in line with legal requirements, explained how the Commercial Companies’ Code has been adapted for the purposes of digital revolution and clarified a number of practical issues concerning electronic signatures and transfer of data to electronic registers of the National Court Register (KRS) and Central Register of Beneficial Owners (CRBR).

The webinar took place on 18 November 2020 and it was held in Polish.


Accounting aspects:

  1. International organisational structures – where are the accounting books kept and by whom?
  2. From paper-based to electronic record keeping – how to prepare?
  3. E-financial statements – what do you need to remember?
  4. E-invoices – what awaits us?

Legal aspects:

  1. Electronic signatures – types, forms of declarations of will, practical issues
  2. Electronic AGMs
  3. Electronic requests filed to the National Court Register (KRS)
  4. CRBR – obligation to track changes in the structure and update data


Beata Ławecka, Senior Manager in the Accounting Services Department, Mazars

Marta Bednarek, Manager in the Accounting Services Department, Mazars

Wojciech Lisowski, Partner, Kocur & Partners

Michał Potyra, Associate, Kocur & Partners

The webinar took place on 18 November 2020 and it was held in Polish.

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