Protected in Poland

As the Polish market gets to grips with derivatives-based investments, high volatility, unpredictable trends and impending regulations present hurdles for Getin Noble Bank. But it remains optimistic that capital protected products will underpin the market. Magda Ali reports

Warsaw business district

While Poland has been one of Europe's fastest growing economies since its accession into the European Union in 2004, the variance of returns during the year decreased at a time of increased market volatility in both established market economies and other emerging markets.

"High volatility and trend changes are our nightmare," says Przemysław Guberow, managing director of structured products at Getin Noble Bank in Warsaw. "Our priority is to focus on longer-term ideas with possible highest upside

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