P9O.F - Powszechna Kasa Oszczednosci Bank Polski Spólka Akcyjna

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
+0.02 (+0.29%)
As of 08:03AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close7.47
Bid7.25 x 300000
Ask7.34 x 300000
Day's range7.49 - 7.49
52-week range4.37 - 7.58
Avg. volume1,662
Market cap9.741B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.88
PE ratio (TTM)12.49
EPS (TTM)0.60
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.38 (5.17%)
Ex-dividend date03 Aug 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Acting CEO of Poland's biggest bank PKO BP resigns

    (Reuters) -Poland's biggest bank PKO BP's acting Chief Executive Pawel Gruza will step down from his role on April 12, the bank said on Thursday. Gruza plans to stay on the bank's management board and continue serving in the role of vice-president of the management board but will not seek the chief executive position or continue to manage the work of the management board, it said. Gruza had been awaiting approval from the country's regulator (KNF) to take over the CEO role ever since he was appointed acting CEO on Aug. 9.

  • Reuters

    Polish lender PKO BP actively seeking M&A opportunities - official says

    GDANSK (Reuters) -Poland's largest lender PKO BP is actively seeking out M&A opportunities, the bank's management board vice president Pawel Gruza said during a conference call with investors and journalists on Thursday. "We will actively monitor the market situation regarding realistic acquisition opportunities in order to build our additional competencies," he said, adding that it would take too much time to expand through the bank's existing operations. On the same call, CFO Bartosz Drabikowski said that the bank aims to maintain its dividend policy.

  • Reuters

    Poland's PKO unveils new strategy, aims for ROE above 12%

    Polish biggest lender, PKO Bank Polski revealed on Thursday, its new strategy for 2023-2025, which assumes the state-run bank will achieve a return-on-equity (ROE) level of above 12% by 2025 and that it will be able to pay dividends or carry out share buy-backs.

  • Reuters

    Poland's PKO BP settles 15,461 Swiss franc mortgage claims

    Poland's biggest lender PKO BP said on Thursday it had reached settlements on 15,461 mortgage loans in Swiss francs after mortgage-holders applied for mediation following adverse exchange rate moves. Thousands of Polish borrowers took out mortgages in Swiss francs https://www.reuters.com/article/us-poland-banks-swissfranc-analysis-idINKBN1WE044 more than a decade ago to benefit from low interest rates, but then faced ballooning repayments when the zloty weakened sharply against the Swiss currency. Of the settlements on PKO BP loans reached by the end of June, 15,151 were through mediation proceedings and 310 were concluded in court.