Part of that is a multi-year, PLN1 trillion (EUR233bn) plan to make the economy more innovative and to rely on domestic capital rather than a foreign investment, said deputy Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.
In 2016 the situation on the global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market was not as bad as many had feared when the year was just starting. In Poland the last quarter of 2016 brought a significant increase in the value of...
In Poland there is still a pervasive requirement to obtain official stamps on numerous documents associated with running a company. Such environment is limiting the expansion of Polish fintechs.
Most of banks are looking for their place in the digital world and are lacking a digital strategy, shows the study "How ready are European banks for a digital world", conducted by the International Data Corporation and SAP.
Nordea Bank and DNB have agreed to combine their operations in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to build up scale in a corner of their business that forms part of the euro-zone.
Hungarians traditionally prefer paying with cash thus there is significant room for catching-up to the EU average with electronic payments.
A revolution will take place in the payments market in Europe, triggered by the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) adopted in early October by the European Parliament.
The time for rallies has ended and the time for decisions has arrived, although what would be the most needed is a period of solid debate involving the best experts.
The profits of banks in Q1’2015 significantly exceeded expectations but this may not last long. There are many issues that can impact future financial results of a banking sector in Poland.