Credit Agricole Bank Polska
In 1991, Świętokrzyski bank was established in Poland. In 1998, the bank was renamed to LUKAS Bank Świętokrzyski. In 2001, Crédit Agricole - one of the largest financial institutions in the world - becomes the bank's new investor.
The bank was renamed into LUKAS Bank and relocated its head office to Wroclaw. In September 2011, after re-branding it got a new name - Credit Agricole Bank Polska. The bank is one of the leaders in Poland for consumer lending.
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