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Bank Account in Poland

GBO International Financial Services Ltd specializes in assistance with opening bank accounts in Poland for business clients.

Risk industries such as Forex (only for regulated forex companies), affiliates, import and export and more. Due to our vast knowledge and experience that we have acquired over the years, we will make sure to match your business profile with the bank as well as accompany you throughout the entire process until the account is opened.

The assistance with opening a bank account in Poland is done via our offices located in Tel Aviv and does not obligate you to fly to Poland.

What our Service Includes:

  • Assisting with finding the right bank for your business/personal activity
  • Preparation of all the relevant bank forms
  • Assistance with filling out all the bank forms to open a new account
  • Accompaniment throughout the entire process up to the opening of the account

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Foreign Bank Accounts

Characteristics of a Bank Account in Poland:

  • The bank account is exclusively for business purposes
  • Bank accounts may be opened for onshore companies
  • Bank accounts may be opened for Forex, e-commerce, gaming and affiliate companies

Characteristics of Banking in Poland

“A strong banking sector” is a term frequently used when describing Polish banking as well as the growth of the country. Poland sailed through the 2008-2009 financial crisis and justly earned its status as a secure haven due to her impressive moves in the Polish bond market in 2012. In 2013 the rating agency, “Fitch” stated that Poland has a strong banking sector and a reliable government, traits that support Poland’s international rating.

Poland has the biggest banking sector in central Europe with a value of 314 billion euro (as of 2011), which factors about 35% of the cumulative assets of the banks in all central European countries.

Most of the major banks in Poland are owned by foreign companies; such as Pekeo Bank is owned by the Italian Unicredit, Zachodni WBK is owned by the Spanish Standard. One of the main reasons Poland is so successful in its banking industry is that it built up its banking system from zero so it’s no surprise that Poland is the leading country in Europe for online payments, innovative services and a strong online presence.

GBO offers its clients the option of getting assistance with opening a bank account in Poland in one of the leading banks in the country and in Europe. You are welcome to contact us and set up a meeting, with no obligation, on: 03-510-4257 or via e-mail: [email protected] or via our online form.

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