“The pandemic did not cause any big changes in consumers behavior. The crisis will not significantly affect the saving habits of Poles either” – said Professor Dominika Maison, Dean of the Department of Psychology at the...
The net savings rate in Poland remains low compared to other countries of the European Union thus increasing the savings rate through the creation of pension funds becomes a necessity.
The latest financial stability report by Poland’s central bank, NBP, brings interesting data on the financial market. In 2017, the assets of investment funds reached a record level of EUR70.6bn.
A total of 24 per cent of Estonian residents do not have any savings, compared to 32 per cent in Latvia and 20 per cent in Lithuania, a survey by Nordea showed.