Tag: Bank Polski

09
Aug

Banks in Poland.

Banks are institutions that officially mediate in financial transactions. The Bank’s main task is broadly understood money service. The Bank is a legal person established in accordance with the provisions of laws, acting on the basis of permits authorizing to perform banking activities that incur risky funds entrusted under any repayable title.

21
May

The Swiss Franc is the most expensive since the beginning of April

The Swiss franc, one of the more closely observed currencies in Poland, has risen in price compared to the zloty by about 2 percent over the past two weeks. The franc rate rose above PLN 3.81, reaching the level we recently observed at the beginning of April this year. Unfortunately, the franc may soon be even more expensive. Not only the Polish zloty but also the US dollar or the euro are losing to the franc. In two weeks, the franc strengthened against the euro by about 1.5 percent, and against the dollar by about 1.6 percent.

14
Feb

PKO Bank Polski supports Polish business in Iran.

PKO Bank of Poland is the first Polish bank technically ready to make financial settlements with Iranian banks. The PKO offer for exporters conducting trade with Iran allows them to significantly reduce the risk of their business. The Bank has consistently implemented a strategy of supporting Polish companies that are expanding their foreign expansion. 

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