Bank PKO, a Polish bank, has selected Surecomp’s end-to-end trade finance solution to automate its trade service operations. Established in 1919, Bank Powszechna Kasa Oszczednosci, is the principal member of the PKO BP Capital Group. The bank and its dependent group partner companies, each specialising in their own area of financial services including: leasing, investment funds, pension funds, electronic payment services through the use of bank cards, and a variety of related services, each achieve and surpass their individual business targets. The diversity of each partner ensures the effective synergy of the PKO BP Group as a whole.
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