Best in Central and Eastern Europe – Bank Zachodni

Bank Zachodni

Piotr Napierala

Poland's Bank Zachodni has pumped up its output of structured products to record sales of 900 million zloty ($291 million) in the year to September 30, pleasing retail investors in particular with the variety of tweaks it offered on a range of strategies that were most often linked to foreign exchange as an underlying. The vast increase in volume is, in part, attributable to the success of its merger with Kredyt Bank at the beginning of 2013.

The union with Kredyt has created the biggest issuer

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