WARSAW Dec 10 Leading Polish lender lender PKO BP said on Thursday that a tax set to be imposed on banks next year will be balanced by profits it expects to record from one-off transactions.
PKO will compensate the shortfall caused by the bank tax with profits from a transaction with VISA International, as well as from its bank assurance arm, PKO managing director Pawel Borys told Reuters.
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