High profile ICO funded company Polybius first to publish audited annual financial reports

The Estonian-Belgian ICO-funded fintech company has worked with Baker Tilly Baltics, an independent member of renowned, global accountancy and business advisory network Baker Tilly International to publish full accounts for 2017.

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Polybius, a leading Estonian ICO-funded Fintech company, has announced the publication of its financial results for 2017. The company issued an ICO raising ca $32 million last year. Audited by Baker Tilly Baltics, the company is the first ICO project to undertake such a step, showing that the company is in strong financial health. Baker Tilly Baltics, as an independent auditor, has issued an unqualified audit opinion which confirms  that the company’s annual accounts present fairly the actual financial position and performance of the company in all material aspects.

“We are proud to be the first ICO funded company to be fully compliant with the regulations,” states Polybius CEO and Founder, Anton Altement.

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He states that there are several reasons why the company has published the audit. “Firstly it is required by Estonian law, and we are proud to be the first ICO funded company to be fully compliant with the reporting regulations.We also hope to set a precedent for other ICO companies. Transparency and trust should be at heart of every ICO funded business and we believe that in undertaking the audit we are highlighting how leading ICO funded companies should follow the rigorous standards and procedures set for all enterprises. We are happy to have launched our ICO in Estonia, a forward- looking country with regulators who can strike the right balance between  innovation and consumer protection.”

Sander Kallasmaa, Audit Partner at Baker Tilly Baltics confirmed that the results have been posted (they can be found  here https://ariregister.rik.ee/index?lang=eng) and said that “working with Polybius was the same as verifying accounts for any other high profile company. They were open and transparent and enabled us to carry out the audit quickly and efficiently.”

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