About PKO Bank Polski
The bank was founded on February 8, 1919 by a decree of the head of state, Jozef Piłsudski, as Pocztowa Kasa Oszczędności. The bank provides a wide range of banking and financial services, including servicing private and corporate clients.
In 2010, PKO BP became one of the largest companies in the world according to Forbes. Today it is one of the leaders of the financial market in Poland, providing a wide range of services in the field of servicing accounts, lending, leasing, factoring, offers profitable letters of credit and deposits.
The Bank successfully interacts not only with Polish citizens and Polish companies, but also with non-residents. However, non-resident companies are required to have a tax number, offshore companies with nominee services are not considered for cooperation.
An important factor for the successful opening of an account is that a non-resident company has a connection with Poland. For example, current counterparties in Poland, employees, office, warehouses.
Benefits of opening an account with PKO BP
- Quick account opening.
- Low rates and loyal customer service.
- Availability of a convenient mobile application.
- Special offers for personal accounts for citizens of Ukraine.
- High speed of money transfers between countries.
Required documents for opening an account
For legal entities, the bank will require an extract from the register or other official document that will contain information about the status of the organization, the address of registration, as well as identification documents of the company’s leaders and its representatives.
PKO BP operates on the principle of Know Your Customer (Know your client), therefore it reserves the right to require a wide range of documents.
Our specialists will provide you with a full range of necessary services, including:
- – Selection of a bank for opening an account;
- – Checking the initial documents for opening an account (Due Diligence, AML / KYC procedures);
- – Preparation of the necessary forms and sending the relevant documents to the bank;
- – Consultation on identification of the client/client representative (if necessary);
- – Full support of the opening procedure at all stages, constant communication with the bank, consultations with lawyers in the country where the bank is located, etc.