Activities of PKO Bank Polski SA- the parent company of the PKO Bank Polski SA Group

The PKO Bank Polski SA Group conducts business activities as part of segments offering specific products and services addressed to specific groups of customers. The manner in which the business areas are divided ensures consistency with the sales management model and offers the customers a comprehensive offer comprising both traditional banking products and more complex investment products. Currently, the Group conducts its business activities as part of the retail segment, corporate and investment segment.

Retail segment

The retail segment offers a full range of services for individuals as part of retail and private banking as well as mortgage banking. Moreover, it comprises transactions conducted with legal persons, i.e. small and medium businesses. The products and services offered to customers in this segment include, i.e.: current accounts, savings accounts, term deposits, private banking services, investment and insurance products, credit and debit cards, electronic banking services, consumer and mortgage loans, as well as corporate loans to small and medium businesses, developers, cooperatives and property managers.

Corporate and investment segment

The corporate and investment segment comprises transactions conducted with large corporate customers and financial institutions. This segment comprises, i.e. the following products and services: maintaining current accounts and term deposits, holding securities, foreign exchange and derivative products, sell buy back and buy sell back transactions with customers, corporate loans, as well as leases and factoring. As part of this segment’s activities, PKO Bank Polski SA also concludes, on its own or in consortiums with other banks, agreements for financing large projects in the form of loans and issues of non-Treasury securities. Moreover, this segment comprises own activities, i.e. investing activities, brokerage activities, interbank transactions, as well as transactions in derivative instruments and debt securities.