Top Largest Banks in Poland

The top largest banks in Poland include Kredyt Bank, PKO Bank Polski, Bank Pekao SA, Getin Noble Bank S.A., among others.

Kredyt Bank was founded in 1990 as one of the first private banks in Poland. For many years, it has been ranked among the top 10 largest banks in Poland. The bank has received numerous honourable mentions and awards, including three European Medals awarded the Bank by the European Integration Committee and the Business Center Club for the Ekstrakonto package, the Ekstrabiznes package, etc. Furthermore, Kredyt Bank has been honoured three times by the "Businessman Friendly Bank" Promotional Logo.

PKO Bank Polski is one of the biggest and oldest Polish banks. It is a leader among retail banks, with the largest number of deposits and savings-giro accounts (ROR), and it also ranks first with regard to the number of bank cards issued. Moreover, the bank is an important partner to both small and medium enterprises, as well as large corporations.

Bank Pekao SA is a part of UniCredit Group. It is the leading bank in Poland and the largest bank in Central and Eastern Europe in terms of market capitalization. The financial magazine Global Finance has named Bank Pekao SA The Best Bank in Poland. It was also rewarded The Bankers Award 2000 prize by The Banker magazine.

As of 4 January 2010, a merger of Getin Bank S.A. and Noble Bank S.A. has created Getin Noble Bank S.A. The bank is one of the key players in retail banking and the most recognizable bank providing products and services to the wealthiest customers. It is also listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE).