Bank Pekao

Last actualisation: April 4, 2019


Bank Pekao information

Bank Pekao, or Bank Polska Kasa Opieki.

It is a Polish universal bank founded on March 17, 1929 by the Ministry of Treasury.

The head office is located in Warsaw at 53/57 Grzybowska Street.

Bank Pekao facts

Bank Pekao facts

1. The primary primary purpose of the bank was to provide financial services to Poles living outside the country.

2. The first establishments appeared in France, the United States, Argentina and Tel Aviv.

3. Within 10 years, Bank Polska Kasa Opieki was active in every capital of the country where a lot of Poles lived.

4. Bank Pekao issued the first credit card in Poland.

5. Bank Pekao was the sponsor of the 2012 Football World Cup, organized in Poland.

Autor: Mariusz

6. It is the second largest bank in Poland.

7. Bank Pekao employs over 15,000 people in 851 branches.

8. On June 8, 2017, the bison reappeared in the Pekao bank logo after five years.

Autor: Ola

Bank Pekao questions

<strong>When was the Pekao bank founded?</strong>
Bank Pekao was established on March 17, 1929.

Odpowiedź: Mariusz

<strong>Bank Pekao is a Polish bank?</strong>
From June 7, 2017, Pekao is again Polish.

Odpowiedź: Mariusz

<strong>What is the Pekao 24 service?</strong>
This is electronic banking, available 24 hours a day.

Odpowiedź: Mariusz

<strong>What time is the money booked in Bank Pekao?</strong>
Incoming transfers are posted at 11:00, 15:00 and 17:30.

Odpowiedź: Mariusz

<strong>Can you make a transfer on Saturday and Sunday?</strong>
Transfers are executed only on working days (from Monday to Friday). The exception are express and internal transfers between accounts at Pekao.

Odpowiedź: Mariusz

<strong>Is there any upper limit for the transfer amount for a regular account?</strong>
If you have a regular account, you can make a transfer of up to PLN 1,000,000 (1 $ = 3,8 PLN).

Odpowiedź: Mariusz

<strong>How to make a transfer above one million zlotys?</strong>
You need to use the SORBNET system.

Odpowiedź: Mariusz

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