The domain is the web service (the Service), owned by the Bank Guarantee Fund, with the principal office registered in Warsaw at ul. ks. Ignacego Jana Skorupki 4 (hereinafter referred to as BFG).

Any person who proceeds to use this Service (the User) thus acknowledges and accepts the terms and conditions presented below.

In the scope, in which the applicable laws impose onto BFG an obligation to publish specific information on its website, BFG is fully responsible for the contents of the information.

With reference to information, the publication of which is not mandated by the Polish law, BFG makes every effort to ensure that information contained in the Service is complete and correct. That notwithstanding, BFG cannot guarantee its accuracy and assumes no liability for any damages arising from its use and/or the consequences of decisions taken on its basis.

BFG reserves the right to make changes to some or all of the Service without prior notification.

BFG is not responsible for the contents of any websites linked to the Service through references (i.e. links). BFG disclaims all and any liability for any damage arising from their use and/or the consequences of decisions taken on their basis. The risk for the use of such websites is entirely borne by the User.

Whenever the Service refers to “the Act on BFG” it means the Act of 10 June 2016 on the Bank Guarantee Fund, Deposit Guarantee Scheme and Resolution (Journal of Laws, item 996).
The Bank Guarantee Fund is not authorised to provide binding interpretations of law.


The graphic BFG symbol (logo) placed on the website is the exclusive property of BFG within the meaning of the Act of 4 February 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights (Journal of Laws of 2016, item 666) (the Copyright Act). The Service Users have the right to use the materials contained in the Service exclusively in the extent of so-called fair use, regulated by the provisions of the Copyright Act.

Technical Objections

Excessive or unreasonable load of resources from BFG Service, including, but not limited to, automatic downloading of the contents, may, in special cases, qualify as a DoS attack (denial of service) and result in a temporary blockade of the downloader’s IP.