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Pekao deputy CEO's prognosis
June 25, 2018   
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Andrzej Kopyrski
Listed lender Pekao sees rising signs of potential investment credit demand which could expand to include acquisition financing for Polish firms eyeing forays abroad, deputy CEO Andrzej Kopyrski indicated for PAP.
"We see interest amongst our clients in investments and they are checking their credit capacities," Kopyrski told PAP.
Signals have yet to turn into volumes. "We are waiting for the investment boom," he says of hopes that big infrastructure could drive volumes and spur more moves.
Meantime, the pipeline focuses on "a lot of various forms of repackaging assets or refinancing," Kopyrski said.
M&A finance for firms looking abroad could be a new element of the corporate lending picture.
"Many companies are signaling a new line of thinking of direct foreign investments, or developing on foreign markets not only via export, but also via acquisitions," Kopyrski said of outlook.
EU nations lead as the "most natural" direction for expansion, but with North America also figuring into corporate plans, he said.
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