Company Overview of Bank BPH SA
Bank BPH S.A. provides a range of banking products and services to individuals, small and medium enterprises, and corporate clients primarily in Poland. The company engages in receiving financial deposits, maintaining bank accounts, granting loans, executing bank monetary payments, and conducting banking activities. It operates through Retail Banking, Commercial Banking, and Assets & Liabilities Management and Other segments. The company’s Retail Banking segment offers consumer loans, current account overdrafts and credit card limits, and mortgage loans; deposits, including saving products and sale of investment products, such as investment funds, structured products, and brokerage; and a ra...
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Key Executives for Bank BPH SA
President of the Management Board and Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $2.9M
Deputy President of the Management Board - Finance Division
Total Annual Compensation: $867.3K
Deputy President of the Management Board - Legal and Corporate Relations Division
Total Annual Compensation: $720.6K
Deputy President of the Management Board and Executive Director of The IT Division
Total Annual Compensation: $965.5K
Deputy President of the Management Board - Marketing and Product Management Division
Total Annual Compensation: $1.2M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Bank BPH SA Key Developments
GE Capital Seeking To Sell Assets Of BPH
Feb 9 16
GE Capital is altering its plans for selling its Polish unit Bank BPH and would now separately sell off all assets except for the bank's CHF mortgages.
Unicredit's Pekao Reportedly May Buy Part Of Polish Rival BPH
Feb 9 16
UniCredit S.p.A. (BIT:UCG)'s Polish unit, Bank Polska Kasa Opieki Spólka Akcyjna (WSE:PEO) may buy Bank BPH SA (WSE:BPH), without Swiss franc-denominated loans which Bank BPH's owner General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) plans to split off, Puls Biznesu daily said on Tuesday. Puls Biznesu quoted unnamed sources as saying an agreement on a deal is close.
Bank BPH SA Plans Layoffs; Plans to Invest PLN 250 Million into Various IT Projects by 2018
Dec 31 15
Bank BPH SA announced that it plans to reduce its work force by up to 1,706 people and modify its branch network as part of a business transformation plan spanning until 2020. Up to 1,706 Bank BPH employees could be laid off under the plan, with many of them expected to find jobs in the new partner branches.
The bank also plans to invest PLN 250 million into various IT projects by 2018 and will spend a further PLN 100 million between 2018 and 2020 to build a multichannel distribution model based on modern mobile and internet platforms.
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