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Strong denial from PFR and PKO BP
April 17, 2018   
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Poland's development fund PFR and state bank PKO BP both denied being in any talks over financing with troubled debt collector GetBack, PFR head Pawel Borys and PKO BP press officer Szymon Pinderak commented for PAP following a morning filing from GetBack.
"PFR was not and is not in any negotiations with GetBack in any area, in particular on financing," PFR said in the official statement published on Twitter.
PFR admitted to receiving "some information" on GetBack from the latter's lawyer, but then "informed GetBack's CEO that it is not interested in the analysis of a potential transaction with the participation of GetBack."
"This is completely incomprehensible," Borys said earlier of the GetBack filing. "We are not in any negotiations."
"We will inform Polish financial authorities of the risk of manipulation of market information," Borys said. PFR will be sending an official denial.
Also PKO BP denied being in negotiations with the debt collector.
"PKO BP denies being in talks with GetBack," the Pinderak told PAP adding that a broader statement will be published shortly.
GetBack had said earlier on Monday it launched talks with blue-chip bank PKO BP and PFR on up to PLN 250 million in credit and investment financing and expects to sign the respective deals "as soon as possible."
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