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Rothschilds Open Banking Network in Poland: Allianz Polska


joepilsudski 26 | 1,389  
19 Aug 2008 /  #1
Banking & Finance
Allianz to launch bank in Poland
Warsaw, Poland August 19, 2008
Insurer Allianz Polska, a unit of Allianz Group, will launch its bank Allianz Bank by end-October, with 40 branches expected to open by end-year, TU Allianz Polska's CEO Pawel Dangel told daily Rzeczpospolita.

"We want Alianz Bank to start operating by end-October and have 40 branches opened by the end of this year, with the number to rise to 200, eventually," Dangel said.

Poland's financial regulator KNF is expected to grant the new bank operating licence in September.

The bank will try to leverage the network of current insurance agents, the official suggested.

"We will choose several hundred of Allianz Polska's 5,000 insurance agents; a part of them will specialise in mortgages, a part in other banking products," Dangel said, adding that the number of Allianz Polska's agents should in 2-3 years rise to 8,000, out of which some 1,000 working for Allianz Bank.

Allianz Bank will present a complete banking products offer for individual clients, with mortgages and savings and investment products being the most important items. A rich range of bancassurance products will also be available.

The new bank intents to build on the insurer TU Allianz Polska's 2 mln clients in Poland, three fourth of which are interested in information on Allianz Bank's offer, according to research institute Pentor.

Thanks to the experience in insurance business, Allianz Polska has very precise data concerning the needs of its clients and good personal links between the agents and the clients, the CEO claims.

"We will approach a selected group of clients," Dangel said, explaining that the bank would not compete with other banks in terms of interest rates or prices but come up with customised offers for specific groups of clients.

"Our objective is to enter the smaller towns, as well as villages; we already sell farmers insurance," Dangel argued.
dtaylor 9 | 823  
19 Aug 2008 /  #2
ooooooooo the rulers of the world are taking over, bit by bit:D
OP joepilsudski 26 | 1,389  
19 Aug 2008 /  #3
Interesting...they want to 'move in to villages and towns'...they 'already sell the farmers insurance'...It could be worse: it could be AIG opening a string of banks.
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
19 Aug 2008 /  #4
ooooooooo the rulers of the world are taking over, bit by bit:D

whadaya mean, they already took ova! or is that just in JP's mind?
telefonitika  
19 Aug 2008 /  #5
it could be AIG opening a string of banks.

they do operate in Poland i think
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
19 Aug 2008 /  #6
Those tentacles are in free flow, we should be wary
vitold - | 4  
20 Aug 2008 /  #7
WHY DONT ASK THEM TO RETURN ROMANOFF FORTUNE TO RIGHTFUL OWNERS
OP joepilsudski 26 | 1,389  
20 Aug 2008 /  #8
Click here and go to Johan Phillipe Thierry:

allianz.com/en/allianz_group/investor_relations/corporate_governance/b oard_of_management/mandates/page1.html

WHY DONT ASK THEM TO RETURN ROMANOFF FORTUNE TO RIGHTFUL OWNERS

Very good question...Are there any Romanoffs still alive?...I remember reading something a few years ago about a descendant of the Romanoffs trying to reclaim the fortune, but who was denied because of questions of 'proof of ancestry'...the Rothschilds and Rockefellers worked together on that one, as they do on many 'projects'...the Bilderberg group is a joint 'project' with the Rothschilds as 'senior partners'.
Peter 3 | 247  
20 Aug 2008 /  #9
Allianz to launch bank in Poland.

And how do the Rothschilds connect to this?
OP joepilsudski 26 | 1,389  
20 Aug 2008 /  #10
And how do the Rothschilds connect to this?

Here is a map, PDF file, of the Rothschild network:

utangente.free.fr/2003/rothschild.pdf

Alliance Insurance was started by the Rothschilds as a competitor of Lloyd's of London...it is known under variations of the 'Alliance' name ('Allianz')...it is part of their worldwide 'octopus'...they are into everything, everyplace...I was joking about AIG, but they have a pice of that,too, although AIG is primarily an American financial/insurance company and money laundry...if you are curious about how I got into this subject, I once typed the question into Google 'Who Owns The World?' and one thing led to another, then another...the Rothschilds are multi-TRILLIONAIRES, and make money off much of the blood shed in wars on this planet...but more then that, they PRINT the money most countries use, as they are major shareholders in the US FED, the Bank of England, etc.
randompal 7 | 306  
12 Sep 2008 /  #11
the only way you can have any personal satisfaction in any of this is to loudly say FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUK YOOOOOOOU to all the big banks and refuse their credit cards. Remember, usury is a sin. Always was, always will be.
craic_monster 1 | 44  
13 Sep 2008 /  #12
Joe, mate, you gotta cool down about all this stuff.

Like, none of us like banks. Or have you just got an anti-Jew thing going?

If so, out with it man. C'mon, spill yer guts.

Go on, puke it all up. You'll feel better. Hurry up, Joe*, there's the taxi... That's it, two fingers... yeah, it's nearly all there... a wee bit more...

Good, you alright now Joe... (Aw, feck, taximan, can you open that window... Feck, too late; Joe you're costing us big time...what's this problem of your's: everytime you go past a Zionist hole-in-the-wall machine you puke your ring up?)

* Is Joe for real?

Lots of love,

Bubbles Ben-Gurion Golda Cherzog Meier
OP joepilsudski 26 | 1,389  
2 Oct 2008 /  #13
'Auntie-Jew'?...What is this Auntie-Jew?...Is this like Ciotka Zid?...I was just announcing the opening of the banks as a 'heads-up' for the Polish consumer.
craic_monster 1 | 44  
2 Oct 2008 /  #14
Have to say, Joe, that after all that's happened lately I'm beginning to share your distrust of the whole banking system.

Looks like we're all gonna bankroll the big-bucks investors and speculators.

Now that's making ME angry as well.

I'm in Ireland and our govt has just decided to guarantee all accounts. That's good, but now all the scumbags from overseas are putting their money here because they know it's safe.

Now, why could the govt not have said that everything already invested is guaranteed up until the announcement date and anything deposited later is not guaranteed.
OP joepilsudski 26 | 1,389  
2 Oct 2008 /  #15
I'm in Ireland and our govt has just decided to guarantee all accounts. That's good, but now all the scumbags from overseas are putting their money here because they know it's safe.

Now, why could the govt not have said that everything already invested is guaranteed up until the announcement date and anything deposited later is not guaranteed.

Yes, it is interesting what Ireland had done...I was listening to BBC World Service last night and they talked about this...And your second point is spot on, because what has happened in the US, and in the UK to some degree, is that the banks become money laundries for foreign interests, who then 'leverage' the system and milk it dry.
craic_monster 1 | 44  
5 Oct 2008 /  #16
Joe, I'm thinking we've found some common ground.

Property prices here were driven through the roof by the "buy to let" scum who saw the chance of a quick buck by buying houses and renting them out, the rent covering their mortgages.

(There was even a story in the UK of a greedy scumbag couple who bought a house on credit cards so that they could rent it for a while and then sell it when the market went up.)

They pushed prices up so high that ordinary people couldn't afford housing at all. They wiped out social housing.

Now, they're in diffs. I'm delighted about that. Except that my government (US and UK too) has taken the heat off most of them with their rescue deals.

And how? By making us ordinary taxpayers pick up the tab.

Better stop now...I'm getting really angry

Actually, I'm even angrier now.

In the UK, for example, the scumbag bankers have even come back to ask for the right to pay dividends to shareholders - after the biggest government rescue plan in history.

These bags of cr*p even expect to make money when mugs like us are paying the tab?

And did you see the Irish budget? Not just income tax, but a tax levy on all earnings.

F**k, I really am angry now.
hairball 20 | 313  
19 Oct 2008 /  #17
Are there any Romanoffs still alive?...

OP joepilsudski 26 | 1,389  
20 Oct 2008 /  #18
I believe one or two relatives, but all of their attempts to regain some of the fortune that the Bolsheviks stole and then put into Rothschild/Rockefeller banks have been in vain...The fortune was at least $1-2 billion in 1920 values.
jonni 16 | 2,485  
20 Oct 2008 /  #19
Actually there are quite a few, in two main branches, and they have more than enough money, not that any of them earned a penny of it. Nor are they trying to claim any property back.

And the families who may or may not own a bank are irrelevant to that bank's functioning. Nothing wrong with the Rothschilds.

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