Główna przyczyną dzisiejszych zjazdów na GPW była wypowiedź naszego MF w sprawie braku pomocy dla banków w sprawie kredytów frankowych. Informacje tę powtórzył i cała sprawę i jej skalę opisał bloomberg o 13:43
Poland's finance minister told banks they can forget any financial help for taking part in a government-backed plan to help homeowners be freed of crippling foreign-currency mortgages.
The dispute, a flashpoint between banks and governments across central Europe for much of the last decade, is a result of borrowers betting loan payments would shrink as their national currencies appreciated in the 2000s. But, after the 2008 economic crisis, the zloty, forint and similar currencies plunged, causing mortgages borrowed in euros and Swiss francs to balloon and leaving lenders and authorities to wrangle over the bill.
In Poland’s case, Finance Minister Tadeusz Koscinski said the financial regulator’s
plan for out-of-court agreements between banks and the holders of about $31 billion of mostly Swiss franc loans was “one of the best solutions” to end the saga. Lenders that remain skeptical can’t expect more after the state dug deep to prop up companies affected by pandemic restrictions last year.
We’ve done a lot for banks in this environment -- last year we actually ploughed in 312 billion zloty ($83 billion) into the economy and we rescued their customers,” Koscinski said in an interview. “And I don’t think we need to actually start rescuing them any more at this stage. It’s time for banks to rescue themselves.
His comments signal authorities are losing patience after a push to reach out-of-court agreements largely fizzled out, while at the same time they’re cautious about changing the “voluntary” nature of its proposal.