PSD2 SG NetBanking API Sandbox Release

Dear all,

We are pleased to inform you that API for PSD2 services integration is now available as a test version (Sandbox) for external developers. This release is made in accordance with the European regulatory calendar.

You will find below the link to the developer platform: https://psd2-portal.sgcib.pl

As a reminder, PSD2 is a European Directive requires banks to enable certified Third Party Providers (TPP) to offer services of accounts consultation and payment initiation on behalf of payment services’ users holding an account with the given bank.

This interface made available by Societe Generale S.A. Branch in Poland conform with the Polish API standard allows TPP to develop their own services by accessing test datasets. By mid-June, these services will be opened in production to allow TPP to access real bank accounts.

In case of residual questions, we invite you to get closer to the project coordinator by e-mail to: pl-psd2.pl@sgcib.com 


Block your Visa Business card issued by Societe Generale S.A. Branch in Poland:

Monday to Friday 9:00 to 17:300 – please, contact Societe Generale S.A. Branch in Poland.

You can contact First Data Polska S.A. directly at +48 22 515 31 50 outside the bank’s working hours and during weekends only.


Dear Sir or Madam,

Societe Generale S.A. Branch in Poland has amended its “Current Account Opening and Operating Regulations” and “Regulations for the Performance of SG NetBanking Service”.

The amendments result from the need to adapt the regulations to changes in the binding provisions of law, in particular provisions of the Banking Law Act, the Act on Payment Services, and in the case of the “Current Account Opening and Operating Regulations” also provisions of the Act on Counteracting Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing.

The amendments to the regulations take effect on the 15th of November 2018.

Uniform text of the "Current Account Opening and Operating Regulations"

Uniform text of the "Regulations for the Performance of SG NetBanking Service"


Dear Sir or Madam,

Please find enclosed the “Banking Commissions and Fees Table” of Societe Generale S.A. Branch in Poland (“the Table”) and an extract from the Table including the last modifications valid from 1 July 2018.

Banking Commissions and Fees Table

Extract from the Banking Commissions and Fees Table


Dear Sir or Madam,

We kindly inform you that the following companies provide outsourcing services to Societe Generale SA Oddział w Polsce:

No.  Company name  Registered office
1. Impel Cash Solutions Sp. z o.o.

Al. Jerozolimskie 123A, 02-017 Warszawa, Poland

2. Iron Mountain Polska Sp. z o.o.

ul. Regulska 2, Reguły, 05-820 Piastów, Poland

3. First Data Polska S.A. (former POLCARD S.A.)

Al. Jerozolimskie 92, 00-807 Warszawa, Poland

4. Austria Card Polska Sp. z o.o.

Węgrzce Wielkie 448, 32-002 Węgrzyce Wielkie, Poland

5. Accenture Post Trade Processing SAS

1118 avenue of France, 75013 Paris, France

6. Broadridge Financial Solutions Limited

193 Marsh Wall, E14 9SG London, UK


Dear Sir or Madam,

In connection with the entry into effect of the amended Gambling Act, we kindly inform you that online transactions made with payment cards or with the use of other financial services (e.g. e-transfers) that involve entities organizing gambling and mutual bets without permit of the Ministry of Finance are treated as illegal pursuant to Article 29a section 1 of the Gambling Act of 19 November 2009 (Polish Journal of Laws of 2016, item 471). A list of entities that have been granted the permit of the Minister of Finance to organize and carry out activities in the scope of mutual bets online is available on the website of the Ministry of Finance under this link.

In case of identifying an illegal transaction related to gambling, the bank Societe Generale S.A. Branch in Poland shall be obliged to report it to the relevant authorities according to Article 106a section 1 of the Banking Law Act of 29 August 1997 (Polish Journal of Laws of 2015, item 128 as amended) or Article 16 section 1 and/or Article 17 of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Act of 16 November 2000 (Polish Journal of Laws of 2000, no 116, item 299 as amended).

In the light of these regulations, we kindly ask you to pay attention to the nature of your payments.