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Polish PLN bank account for foreign company constituted under civil law (Spółka cywilna)


dominiks
8 Mar 2017 #1
Hi guys,

I recently founded in Germany a company under right what is called in Poland "spółka cywilna" and we would like to sell goods in Poland, mainly on Allegro.

For PLN transactions and to register on Allegro I noticed that we will need a polish bank account but it's not that easy to find a suitable bank.

So my question: does anybody know a bank, which accepts a foreign spółka cywilna without seat in Poland and which is not so expensive?

Many thanks,
Dominik
DominicB - | 2,706
8 Mar 2017 #2
@dominiks

Deutsche Bank is one possibility. They have branches in Poland:

db.com/poland/index_en.html
delphiandomine 85 | 18,254
8 Mar 2017 #3
For PLN transactions and to register on Allegro I noticed that we will need a polish bank account but it's not that easy to find a suitable bank.

You could try some of the bigger names, in particularly Bank PEKAO. However, I suspect that most of them will expect you to have at least a branch company formed here.
OP dominiks
15 Mar 2017 #4
Yes, unfortunately all banks which I contacted so far require me to have a seat in Poland. The only bank which said it would be possible is Bank Polski but 50zl per month for a simple account are quite a lot in my opinion, plus charges for transfers.
jon357 63 | 15,193
15 Mar 2017 #5
50zl per mont

£10 per month, the price of three beers is not a scandalously excesssive amount for a corporate account in a different country and this looks like your only option right now.


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