PKO

AcronymDefinition
PKOPirate King Online
PKOPolska Kasa Opieki (Polish bank)
PKOPeacekeeping Operation (various organizations)
PKOPublic Key Security Object
PKOPalm Kernel Oil
PKOPowszechna Kasa Oszczednosci (Polish bank)
PKOPublic Key Organization
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A PLN 250 million (approximately 58.5 million equivalent) green covered bond issuance by PKO Bank Hipoteczny S.A.
The firm said, 'It is not true that PKO BP has participated in talks regarding the possibility of merging PKO BP with Pekao.
PKO BH is one of three mortgage banks operating in Poland, specialising in mortgage lending to individual customers.
4 March 2014 - Swedish lender Nordea Bank AB (STO:NDA-SEK) said the Polish Financial Supervision Authority (PFSA) had cleared its planned sale of Nordea Bank Polska SA to local PKO Bank Polski SA (WAR:PKO).
GreenPalm allows manufacturers to offset their palm oil, PKO and palm kernel expeller (PKE) use by buying GreenPalm certificates representing an equivalent volume that has been produced in line with Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) principles and criteria.
8 November 2013 -- Poland-based PKO Bank Polski and payment service provider EVO Payments International said they have entered into an agreement to form a long-term strategic alliance in the payment processing and acquiring business.
The Luxembourg fund is backed by six European financial institutions, including the European Investment Bank, German development bank KfW and Polish lender PKO Bank Polski (WAR:PKO).
senior loan to PKO BP and this senior loan will be the sole asset
PKO BP had said last year that it was open to other acquisitions and would use money from bond sales to fund them.
29 September 2010 - Polish pharmaceutical company Polska Grupa Farmaceutyczna (WAR: PGF) said today it has obtained a PLN100m (USD34m/EUR25m) loan from Poland's major lender PKO BP (WAR: PKO).
The principle, incorporated in the 1992 PKO law, states that PKO participation should be contingent on: (1) existence of a ceasefire agreement between parties to a conflict, (2) agreement by the parties concerned, including the country where a PKO is carried out, on Japan's participation, (3) the strictly neutral stance of the PKO being carried out, (4) immediate withdrawal if any of these conditions is not met, and (5) the rule that weapons will be used only in self-defense.
On May 2, 2008, the President sent Congress an amendment to his FY2009 budget, requesting for the PKO account an additional $60 million, to fund U.S.