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Most FX loans were denominated to CHF when the Polish national currency was strong, but later on the Swiss franc appreciated rapidly, leaving the customers with extensive debt to pay off.
Using the capabilities of Artificial Intelligence and current photos of some of Poland’s best-known landmarks, algorithms employed by ING Bank have deduced what the nation’s most iconic spots will look like in the far-flung future.
Celebrating Polish design with many of the fittings and furnishings produced by local firms, architect studio Schwitzke Górski said: “We wanted to find a common narrative that connected Poles and also stirred their national pride.”
The degree of digitisation of the Polish banking sector is above the global average, a study by the consulting company Deloitte has shown.
The CEO of PKO BP bank, Poland’s largest lender, has quit her job.
Poland has demanded the EU to impose stricter sanctions on Russia, to embrace gas, crude oil, banks, services, IT and overland/maritime transport, according to a PAP source.
Poland will withdraw from the International Bank for Economic Cooperation (IBEC) which is based in Moscow under a bill signed into law by Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The Polish embassy in Moscow has confirmed earlier reports that its bank account has been blocked.
The European Union should create a fund enabling Ukrainian refugees to exchange a small amount of Ukrainian hryvnia (UAH) to euros, a former governor of Poland's largest bank has said.