„A banker with a scouting soul” – this intriguing title opens the interview with the President of the Aforti Group – Klaudiusz Sytek – who was interviewed by Puls Biznesu. We invite you to read this interview – not only about business, but also about an extraordinary passion!
We are pleased to announce that in the recently published by Gazeta Finansowa report “1000 Biggest Companies”, Aforti Holding was classified at 664th position. The presence in the ranking confirms our settled position in the industry as well as constant development. Our company’s revenues in 2017 amounted to PLN 190,582,000.00.
1000 Biggest companies in Poland – download the report in a PDF format.
Thank you to all our Bondholders, Investors and Customers who took part in the 10th edition of Investor’s Day. We are extremely pleased with the attendance at meetings in each of the five largest Polish cities, which was really impressive. This shows that you are interested in the operations of the AFORTI Group and it is a great driving force for us to strive for even better results.
We also thank our Partner of the 10th edition of Investor’s Day, i.e. the Iwo Klisz i Wspólnicy Law Office and Advocates for conducting interesting trainings in the field of inheritance law. As it turned out, it was an extremely interesting topic for our Guests.
See you during the 11th edition of Investor’s Day
A good economic situation is favourable, so… it’s time to accumulate savings. How do we do that? We encourage you to read an expert article published on the website “Polska The Times”. Our expert is Paweł Opoka, the Vice President of the Management Board of Aforti Holding.
Thanks to the good economic situation for the last couple of years, as at the end of 2017 Polish companies had in total PLN 275 billion in their bank accounts, which is the best result in the history. Taking into account the very good financial standing of domestic enterprises, it seems legitimate to ask: where can companies accumulate their savings and how can they do that? As
a result of a good economic situation, which is generally observed in all parts of the world, entities carrying out activities in Poland have many reasons to be happy. This is resembled in the data of the Central Statistical Office (GUS): in Q1 2018, net profit was generated by nearly 70% of all enterprises, with as much as 74.9% being recorded the industrial processing sector alone. The situation is similar in the entire years 2017 and 2016 when net profit was recognised by 80.9% and 81.5% of all enterprises, respectively.
Aforti Holding Group, which offers financial services to the SME sector, has published results for the first three quarters of 2016. During this period, the consolidated revenue …