Bank BPH

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Bank BPH (Bank Przemysłowo-Handlowy) was a Polish universal bank.

Until 2008, it was majority owned by UniCredit; in 2008, GE Money Bank took over 89% of shares and on 31 December 2009, Bank BPH merged with GE Money Bank Polska. At its peak, the bank employed over 10,000 people; in October 2014, the bank’s owner, General Electric, revealed it was considering selling the firm.[1] In late 2016, Bank BPH was purchased by Alior Bank. Operations of the two banks merged in early 2017.

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