Open a Bank Account in Poland

Poland is a country with one of the most developed economies in the Eurozone. In addition, this country is one of the friendliest to Ukrainians and companies from Ukraine. However, to live in this country or do business in it, you need to open a bank account in Poland. It is better to entrust the work to specialists to avoid rejection and time delays. Lawtter Solutions helps clients open an account at a Polish bank. We ensure fast account opening without any problems.

Service cost

1000 EUR*

Terms

1-3 months

Support

Multilingual

Type

With a personal visit

Opening an account

General information about opening a bank account in Poland

Poland is a country with a developed economy and one of the economic leaders of the European Union. More than 50 different banks have licenses for financial activity here. Almost all of them have the option of opening bank accounts for non-residents. So, if you wonder, “Can a foreigner open a bank account in Poland?”, the answer is yes.

Polish banks offer account openings for both individuals and legal entities. Individuals can get a bank card and open a current payment account in Poland. This will allow them to receive wages, use credit funds, withdraw cash, and make purchases by cashless payment. Banks in Poland are loyal to Ukrainians, so the registration procedure will not take much time.

As for legal entities, they can register a current or investment account. It is possible to open an account in a Polish bank online. Some banks do not require personal presence; you can download an application, use the function of scanning documents, and register remotely.

 

 

Advantages of opening a bank account in Poland

 

Opening a bank account in Poland offers several important advantages. The main ones are as follows.

1

The possibility of opening a multi-currency account

You can open accounts in euros, US dollars, and Polish zloty.
2

Favorable conditions

Many banks in Poland do not require fees for account maintenance and bank cards. They offer low fees for transfers, including cross-border.
3

Ability to conduct trade activities throughout the EU

Poland is a member of the European Union, so the same rules apply to banks in this country as to other financial organizations registered in the EU.
4

Wide choice of banks

More than 100 financial institutions in Poland are licensed for financial activities and offer different conditions. This allows companies and individuals to choose the most suitable offers.
5

Loyal attitude to Ukrainians

Poland is one of the most loyal countries for individuals and legal entities from Ukraine, thanks to which the procedure for opening an account and the requirements of banks, in general, are quite loyal.