Poland has an oligopolistic market for banking services, with the two largest providers PKO Bank Polski and mBank controlling over a third of the current account market. PKO Bank Polski also dominates the market for savings and mortgages. Although online product application is gaining at the expense of branches, uptake is limited by the failure of banks to offer fully digital onboarding. Mobile banking has been eagerly embraced by younger consumers, although usage among this demographic still lags behind online banking.
- Reputation is consistently the single strongest driver of provider choice, particularly among pre-family consumers. This demographic lacks experience of financial services, and hence gravitates towards familiar, well-known brands.
- Borrowers have a strong preference for direct mortgage arrangement, with more than two thirds choosing this option. Among the remainder who opt for indirect arrangement, preferences are equally split between specialist mortgage brokers and more generalist IFAs.
“Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Poland 2016” reviews the retail banking sector in Poland, with a particular focus on the current account, savings, mortgage, and personal loans markets. It includes both market-level data and insight from our Retail Banking Insight Survey.
The report offers insight into:
- How consumers in Poland take out and use their financial products, and how this has changed in recent years.
- Which providers dominate the current account, savings, mortgage, and loan markets, and what factors persuaded their customers to choose them.
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- Future proof your strategy with market sizing, forecasts, and analysis of key developments currently affecting the Polish retail banking sector.
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Bank Infrastructure and Regulation