PKO Bank Polski became the laureate of the “Bank of the Year in Poland” prize for the seventh time. This prestigious distinction confirms that the innovative and agile PKO Bank Polski is ready to accept new challenges related to the growing expectations of its clients in the ever-changing conditions.
PKO Bank Polski, as the leader of the domestic banking sector, is continuing to follow the path of digital transformation and thanks to new innovations and technological solutions, it is changing the face of Polish banking. Advanced solutions in the area of artificial intelligence, blockchain, data analytics and digitisation of banking processes are shaping our agile digital culture where the pivotal point is the client and his needs. In spite of the demanding market environment, as well as macro-economic, regulatory and social changes, we pursue ambitious business goals and dynamically develop, being the cornerstone of financial stability for millions of Polish families and companies. I would like to thank all the employees of PKO Bank Polski, without whom accomplishing these ambitious goals would not have been possible. I am happy that our work has been recognized at the international financial stage,”
stresses Paweł Gruza, Deputy President of the Management Board of PKO Bank Polski, managing the work of the Bank’s Management Board.
PKO Bank Polski is the undisputed leader of the Polish banking sector, and the value of its assets is PLN 439 billion. After 9 months of 2022, the bank generated a net profit of PLN 1.6 billion. The company serves 11.6 million customers. It is the basic provider of financial services for all customer segments, achieving the highest shares in the market of deposits, loans and in the market of private individuals' mutual funds. Thanks to the development of digital tools, including the IKO application, which is actively used by 7 million customers, PKO Bank Polski is the most mobile bank in Poland. The company strengthens its foreign presence through corporate branches operating in Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.