About the Bank
About the Bank
Almost every financial institution has huge potential, it has modern products and services. However, it is people who attest to its true value.
Each bank is formed by people and for people. Thanks to their professionalism, ideas, individual approach to each client, it is possible to build partnerships and to offer the best products and services. Such people are working at Citi. Such people can work for you. We are a bank which combines the experience and the best traditions of the Polish banking with a modern model of finance. Citi Handlowy was set up as a result of the merger of Bank Handlowy w Warszawie S.A. - the oldest operating commercial bank in Poland - and Citibank (Poland) S.A. in March 2001. This is how, in March 2001, one of the strongest local banking institution was created, which is an integral part of Citi - a leading financial services company, having approximately 200 million customer accounts and operating in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management.
Citi currently operates via two primary business segments: Citicorp, representing Citi's core growth franchises and Citi Holdings, which contains businesses and assets that are not core to Citi's future. Citicorp includes the Global Consumer Banking Business and the Institutional Clients Group and is focused on providing best-in-class products and services to customers and leveraging Citi's unparalleled global network, including many of the world's emerging economies.
In our wide offer addressed to both institutional and individual customers you will find:
- innovative and modern products,
- solutions tailored to individual needs,
- world-class technology,
- convenient access to products through the Internet, telephone and branch network,
- access to Citi's global network.
The Bank's offer, in addition to traditional banking services, includes also capital market services and products offered by the Brokerage House of Bank Handlowy w Warszawie S.A. and products offered by Handlowy Leasing Sp. z o.o.
Since the beginning of its operation Citi Handlowy has received many prestigious awards and titles, both domestic and foreign, reflecting the Bank's high reputation in the financial services market.
The Bank is a financial institution with a high sense of social responsibility. We pursue our modern philanthropy mission through the Kronenberg Foundation at Citi Handlowy, established by the Bank, which supports a wide range of public good activities in such areas as financial education, promotion of entrepreneurship, protection of cultural heritage and local development. The Foundation gives top priority to financial education. In 2013, in partnership with public institutions, it carried out 9 programs, including "Moje Finanse", the largest financial education program in Europe in terms of reach. The Kronenberg Foundation is also a coordinator of one of the largest and top rated employee volunteering programs in Poland - Citi Handlowy Employee Volunteering Program. In the period 2006-2013 the volunteers of the Bank and Citi companies operating in Poland got engaged almost 14 thousand times in various community initiatives, completed over 1200 projects and donated more than 90,000 hours of their time.
The responsible care of the environment is one of the essential principles of the Bank's employees. The Bank's activities are carried out in an environmentally and socially responsible way, and in accordance with the principles of sustainable development. In 2007, by way of resolution of the Management Board, the Bank introduced an Environmental Management Plan (EMP). In the following years an Environmental Management System and an Energy Management System were implemented. The effectiveness of both systems was confirmed with ISO 14001:2004 Certificate awarded to the Bank in 2013 and ISO Certificate 50001:2011 granted in 2014. The objectives and responsibilities of the Bank in this regard have been outlined in the Environmental Policy and in the Power Policy.