Bank Pocztowy is a universal modern bank offering customer-friendly and lucid financial services, which are available at the post offices and in the network of Bank's branch offices across Poland. The Bank was established in 1990 in Bydgoszcz.
There are two shareholders of Bank Pocztowy: Poczta Polska (Polish Post) that owns 75% of shares (minus one share) and PKO Bank Polski S.A (25% plus one share). Both of them are well-known, reputable institutions enjoying the public trust. Thanks to their shareholders, they have at their disposal the largest distribution network and access to the most modern banking activities.
Individual customer service is one of the strategic routes taken by Bank Pocztowy. If you have been wanting to transfer money to Poland quickly, or receive money from abroad while living here, in Poland, you can now do it, thanks to the range of services provided by the partners of Bank Pocztowy! In partnership with US and UK companies they have worked out an attractive offer for international transfers.
Bank Pocztowy offers a rich and wide variety of products for business customers. Both small companies - with a single person or a few people - as well as large, chain companies will find services to suite them at Bank Pocztowy. It is worth paying special attention to the following: for small companies - the "GIRO-Premium" service enabling one to make compulsory tax and health/retirement insurance payments at Post Offices; for companies which receive a great deal of small payments from natural persons - the "Infotransfer" service, and the Postal Company Account.
Servicing local authorities is another area where Bank Pocztowy operates. The Bank has got extensive experience in this kind of activities. Characteristics of a number of services they have on offer, like "Infotransfer" or account consolidation, make us attractive to Local Authorities.