Michał H. Mrożek, CEO of HSBC Bank Polska S.A. talks to Michael Dembinski, the BPCC’s chief advisor, about the bank’s changing role in Poland – impact of the technological revolution and the changing patterns of Polish trade in the global economy.
Two modern factories in Poland, nearly 1,800 employees, a significant position in the tobacco industry in the domestic market and a multiple winner of the prestigious Top Employer award – this is Imperial Tobacco and the 17-year presence of the British concern in Poland.
By Jerzy Dąbrowski, director general of Bibby Financial Services Sp. z o.o.
The Polish branch of Bibby Financial Services is part of the Bibby Line Group, a diverse, £1 billion global business, operating in 16 countries, employing around 4,000 people in sectors including retail, financial services, distribution, shipping, marine and construction equipment hire.
First launched in 2001, the studio has been steadily building its portfolio across a number of sectors and as it celebrates 18 years in the Polish capital, it is embarking on some of its most exciting projects to date.
On 15 March 2019, GSK announced it would be setting up its European Finance Hub in Poznań, employing between 200 and 300 experienced financial experts to carry out high-value added financial work for the company.
For 150 years – and for 21 years now in Poland – chartered surveyors have helped drive economic growth by building towns and cities, managing land, fostering communities and generally ensuring that the world is a more interconnected place.
The BPCC celebrated the life and works of Scotland’s national poet on 23 January 2019 in the presence of Scotland’s Minister for Trade, Investment and Innovation, Ivan McKee, and British Ambassador, Jonathan Knott.
A fascinating exchange of best practice between the UK’s tax authority, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC), and the Polish Ministry of Finance, centred around the way in which tax offices communicate with tax payers, and the role of digital technologies in making taxpaying simpler.
The BPCC’s Manufacturing Industries group met in Rzeszów at McBraida factory on 12 March 2019, for a meeting aimed at CFOs and finance directors of manufacturers. The aim was to look at tax and finance issues facing manufacturers in Poland.
BPCC members from the construction and real estate sectors got together with their opposite numbers from the Scandinavian Polish Chamber of Commerce to discuss prospects for Poland’s built environment in the short- and medium term.