Polish Factors Association
Polish Factors Association is a professional self-government organization representing entities providing factoring services in Poland. The general aims of the PFA are to promulgate the entrepreneurs of the awareness of the benefits factoring brings. The association also conducts a broad dialogue for the development of this sector in Poland
Polish Factors Association was founded in 2001. Currently, among 28 members of the association, 5 represent commercial banks and the next 22 – independent entities specialized in factoring and one business partner.
The goal of the PFA is to build a strong industry self-government through:
• close, systematic and orderly co-operation within the federation,
• education of entrepreneurs and promotion of factoring services,
• collaboration with academic centers and decision makers for future market development.