BGK is an institution supporting Poland's sustainable socio-economic development.
Sustainable development is a notion that meets the needs of modern society and at the same time cares about development opportunities for future generations. It is an effort in which the economy, society and the environment are equally important.
What do we do?
Areas of special involvement of Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego:
- We initiate and implement activities aimed at economic growth and development of enterprises – we finance infrastructure and local government projects, and co-finance the export and foreign expansion of Polish companies. We offer surety and guarantee schemes to stimulate entrepreneurship and the development of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises. We also support programs to improve the situation on the Polish housing market.
- We mobilize capital for the economy – we participate in consortia and structure transactions on domestic and foreign markets. We cooperate with development institutions and mobilize private capital through the development of guarantee and surety programmes.
- We supplement the banking system by filling the market gap in key areas of the economy – we operate counter-cyclically and implement programs to stimulate industries affected by stagnation. We support the development of the economy where the market does not work effectively, e.g. by financing important projects with a high level of risk. We cooperate with other financial institutions on a partnership basis, while complementing their offer.