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Digital SME Lending Study 2022. CEE region

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Annual Review of the possibility to apply for and receive a loan fully online for Micro and SME customers in the CEE region

Description

In 2020, SME Banking Club launched the Digital SME Lending Study – an Annual Review of the possibility to apply for and receive a loan fully online for Micro and SME customers provided by banks and FinTechs in CEE countries, based on 20 parameters:

The scope of analysis covers banks and FinTechs that offer at least an online application for an SME loan in the CEE region. In some countries, banks and FinTechs implemented some restrictions on financing SMEs, while some companies stopped lending to SMEs and were therefore not included in the study.

78 banks and non-banking lenders were analyzed, among them:

  • ING Bank (Poland)
  • mBank (Poland)
  • Santander Bank Polska (Poland)
  • PKO BP (Poland)
  • Citi Handlowy (Poland)
  • Lidya (Poland)
  • TBI Bank (Romania)
  • Omnicredit (Romania)
  • Moneta Money Bank (Czech Republic)
  • Raiffeisenbank (Czech Republic)
  • mBank (Czech Republic)
  • Lidya (Czech Republic)
  • Tatra Banka (Slovakia)
  • Banca Transilvania (Romania)
  • OTP Bank Romania
  • ING Bank (Turkey)
  • Garanti BBVA (Turkey)
  • Denizbank (Turkey)
  • Postbank (Bulgaria)

Watch the video presentation of the latest year’s Study

Please contact us at cee@smebanking.club in case of any questions.

SME Banking Club is an international networking platform of business bankers aimed to provide relevant information on what banks and financial companies are offering for entrepreneurs, micro-, small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

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