International Finance

Tag : Poland


‘Now, we have to deliver even more than expected’

Interview with Cezary Kocik, Vice-President of the Management Board, Head of Retail Banking, mBank Suparna Goswami Bhattacharya October 3, 2016 What factors led the transition of BRE Bank from a corporate bank to retail banking and eventually mBank? When BRE Bank decided to establish its retail business, Poland was just past a decade of transition....

Poland Doing Business 2013

International Finance Desk
Poland has recorded the biggest improvement globally in terms of facilitating local enterprise. 24th September 2013 Poland is undertaking a series of reforms to improve its business climate. In recent years the country has achieved the biggest improvement globally in terms of facilitating local enterprise. These accomplishments include improving business registration for entrepreneurs, streamlining the...

Innovation in Poland – Addressing the €10 billion Question

International Finance Desk
Innovation is considered a key component for growth in Poland and the country is utilizing €10 billion in structural funds from the European Union to stimulate commercially oriented research, particularly in the private sector. 20th September Poland, as a high income country, is committed to fostering sustainable income growth for the bottom 40% of its...

Poland: Reforming the Public Sector Pay System

With Poland’s difficult fiscal situation, the public sector wages have been frozen since 2010. The Government now anticipates that pressures may arise to increase wages. July 29, 2013:  In Poland, the percentage of the workforce employed in public administration is not particularly high, at least by European standards. Overall spending on public sector wages, at...