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Greek EFG enters Poland, offers services to small firms

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
opublikowano: 31-08-2005, 15:09

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – EFG Eurobank Ergasias, third largest bank in Greece is going to launch its subsidiary in Poland – EFG Bank. The Greece company is in 41 percent owned by EFG group of Switzerland. The bank has already started looking for employers. “People from the management of Getin Bank received offers, as well as managers in PKO BP”, Puls Biznesu source said.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – EFG Eurobank Ergasias, third largest bank in Greece is going to launch its subsidiary in Poland – EFG Bank. The Greece company is in 41 percent owned by EFG group of Switzerland. The bank has already started looking for employers. “People from the management of Getin Bank received offers, as well as managers in PKO BP”, Puls Biznesu source said. Meanwhile, managers and directors as well as other staff members are being looked for in ads. “This is strange. Members of the board are usually found by head-hunters not by ads”, an expert in the labour market commented. Bigram personal advisor published ads for 36 different jobs. Several or even several dozen people are being looked for in those ads.

The investors is keen to hire specialists in small companies market, including asset managers in this segment, product promotion specialists, specialists in electronic and telephone channels of selling products to small companies as well as client managers. Within three years, EFG wants to have 200 outlets. “There has not been a single bank in Poland for the time being, which would start operations and build its position in this niche. This is an interesting idea”, Marcin Materna, Millennium DM analyst commented.Poland/Enterprises/Banks

 

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