Current public credit ratings - banks
Banks listed alphabetically
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|Bank name||Credit rating||Rating outlook|
|Alior Bank S.A.||BB+ ip||stable|
|Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego||A- ip||stable|
|Bank Handlowy S.A.||A- ip||stable|
|Bank Millennium S.A.||BB+ ip||negative|
|Bank Ochrony Srodowiska S.A.||BB ip||stable|
|Bank Pekao S.A.||A- ip||stable|
|Bank Pocztowy S.A.||BB+ ip||stable|
|Bank Polskiej Spoldzielczosci S.A.||B- ip||stable|
|BNP Paribas Bank Polska S.A.||BBB ip||stable|
|Credit Agricole Bank Polska S.A.||BBB ip||stable|
|DNB Bank Polska S.A.||BBB+ ip||stable|
|Getin Noble Bank S.A.||CCC ip||negative|
|Idea Bank S.A.||CC||negative|
|ING Bank Slaski S.A.||BBB+ ip||positive|
|mBank S.A.||BBB ip||negative|
|PKO Bank Polski S.A.||A- ip||stable|
|Santander Bank Polska S.A.||A- ip||stable|
|Santander Consumer Bank S.A.||BBB ip||stable|
|SGB-Bank S.A.||B ip||negative|
Note: rating history is available by clicking the bank's credit rating
Current and historical public ratings issued by the EuroRating credit rating agency are also published on the European Rating Platform maintained by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA).
Monitoring of credit risk of the rated banks is conducted in an ongoing manner; standard verification of the assigned ratings is carried out on quarterly basis. Unless clearly indicated in the additional description, presented credit ratings are ratings for the issuer – they represent the general assessment of the financial reliability of the rated entity (relating to credit risk of the entity's unsecured and unsubordinated financial liabilities).
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