Krzysztof Bosak Asset Declaration for 2023

Christoph Bosak, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives and co-founder and one of the leaders of the association, in announcing the amount of assets he owns in cryptocurrencies. The amount in euros is also noteworthy. The Deputy Marshal entered €1.52 into the savings fund. He has more money in PLN.

Krzysztof Bosak, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, co-founder and one of the leaders of the UF, indicated in his 2023 asset declaration that he had savings of PLN 116,081.54. In addition, 1.52 euros and assets invested in so-called cryptocurrencies:

– 0.05774 BTC (Bitcoin), – 0.0287 ETH (Ethereum), – 0.03899 ETHW (Udemiana Ethereum).

At rates as of June 1, 2024, its value will be:

– PLN 15471.3, – PLN 430.10, – PLN 0.54.

Krzysztof Bosak Asset Declaration for 2023

Krzysztof Bosak does not own a house or an apartment. The property included a plot of land owned jointly with his wife, with an area of ​​1,968 square metres, without specifying its value.

The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives does not own any shares.

His declaration included a 2012 Volvo V60 (jointly owned with his wife).

In addition, “other income derived from employment or any other gainful activity or profession” is included:

PLN 43,969.78 – allowance, PLN 139,625.75 – salary, PLN 31,946 – wage.

Main image source: Przemyslaw Petkowski/PAP

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