Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego has opened its first representative office abroad in Brussels. It will represent the bank in contacts with EU and financial institutions, monitor legislative processes and co-operate with other development banks and associations present in Brussels. The representative office will also support international expansion of Polish companies within the Benelux countries.
BGK is a state development bank which initiates and implements projects promoting economic growth of Poland - in cooperation with other development institutions such as: PFR (Polish Development Fund), KUKE (Export Credit Insurance Corporation Joint Stock Company), PAIH, PARP (The Polish Agency for Enterprise Development) and ARP (Industrial Development Agency). BGK develops guarantee and sureties schemes which contribute to the promotion of entrepreneurship. One of the important tasks of BGK is also to support the activities of Polish companies abroad. BGK manages European programmes and distributes EU funds at the national and regional level. BGK is involved in programmes aiming at improvement of access to housing on the residential market.
Spokesperson at Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego