J.P. Morgan today marked the official opening of its branch in Warsaw, Poland. It is the bank's first branch in Central and Eastern Europe, reflecting the increased importance of Poland's economy to the region.
J.P. Morgan first established a presence in the Polish market in 1995, opening a representative office licensed by the National Bank of Poland. Through J.P. Morgan's expansion in recent years, the firm provides clients in Poland with investment banking, Treasury and Securities Services, corporate banking and asset management services.
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