The goal of the MNB’s homepage is to ease the public the access of certain regulated information disclosed by institutions and/or natural persons liable for publication defined by the Capital Market Act. Another aim of the homepage is to ensure a surface for the above-mentioned entities for its publications. Our goal is to publish exact information with great actuality. Nevertheless MNB does not accept any responsibility for the content of the documentation appeared at this website.
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- the MNB’s website might provide links to other websites, buta s the MNB has no control over these websites, it takes no responsibility for these websites.
- do not constitute professional or legal advice.
For the content of the information disclosed at the website the publisher is liable. Nevertheless MNB endeavors to moderate the contents so, that only information according to the legislation appear at the website. The sent documents will be filtered.
If you access any part of the MNB’s website, you will be deemed to have accepted the foregoing.
Subject to the exception below, users of the MNB's website may make free use of the information obtained directly from it subject to the following conditions:
1. To high accuracy must be paid attention during the dissemination.
2. If the information is transformed by the user (e.g. by seasonal adjustment of statistical data, calculation of growth rates) this must be stated explicitly.
3. When linking to the MNB's website from business sites or for promotional purposes, the MNB's website must be the sole element of the browser's window (i.e. must not appear within another website's frame).
Use of the MNB’s name and logo
The MNB also wishes to point out that it cannot be held responsible if its name, logo or address is misused in schemes that are intended to defraud the public. If a member of the public sees or receives questionable documentation that refers to, or allegedly stems from, the MNB, they should report it immediately to their local law enforcement authority or seek advice from the relevant national authorities .