Wiesław Rozłucki – Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Jarosław Grzywiński – First Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Jarosław Dominiak – Second Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Artur Czeszejko-Sochacki – Secretary of the Supervisory Board
Andrzej Chajec – Member of the Supervisory Board
Dr Wiesław Rozłucki
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Member of the Executive Board of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges FESE and of the Working Committee of the World Federation of Exchanges WFE (1994 – 2006). At present he holds the position of Chairman of the Program Board of the Polish Institute of Directors and is a member of the Best Practices Committee established in 2001. Member of supervisory boards of big public companies including Bank BPH S.A., Orange Polska S.A. Adviser to the Rothschild investment bank and Warburg Pincus International private equity fund. Chairman of the Chapter of the Polish President’s Business Awards since 2011. Holder of the Commander’s Cross with Star of the Order of Polonia Restituta and French L’Ordre National du Merite.
First Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Former President of the Board of the Stock Exchange, legal counsel, scholarship holder at the University of Bayreuth (Germany), scholarship holder at the University of Oxford (UK), member of supervisory boards of public and non-public companies. Specialist in corporate governance issues. International Partner in international law firms. Specialist in strategy development projects and organisation of financing of investment projects.
Key functions held in the capital and financial market:
– President of the Management Board of the Warsaw Stock Exchange,
– President of the Supervisory Board of the Polish Power Exchange,
– President of the Supervisory Board of BONDSPOT S.A.,
– Vice-President of the Exchange Board,
– Member of the Board of Directors of AQUIS Exchange (London).
Currently Head of the Capital Markets Practice of the Business Centre Club.
Mr Jarosław Grzywiński meets the independence criteria set out in the Act of 11 May 2017 on Statutory Auditors, Audit Firms and Public Supervision and has no real and significant relationship with a shareholder holding at least 5% of the total number of votes in the Company, to which the set of “Best Practices for Companies Listed on the WSE 2021” applies.
Secretary of the Supervisory Board
He has been with IMS S.A. since its beginning: between 2000 and 2001 he held the position of President of the Management Board and between 2001 and 2008 he was a Member of the Management Board, including as Financial Director by 2007. He held managerial positions in the following companies: IMS r&d sp. z o.o. (formerly Tech Cave Sp. z o.o.) – Member of the Management Board (2006-2008); PPHU Zorza SA -Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board (2003 – 2005). Previously Commercial Director and Representative for the Management Board (1998-2001), and later on President of the Management Board (2001-2002) Artmann Sp. z o.o. Between 1998 and 2006 he was the Chairman of the Association of Individual Investors branch in Warsaw.
Second Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Graduate from the Faculty of Management and Computer Science at the University of Economics in Wrocław. He completed post-graduate studies in enterprise management (Warsaw School of Economics) and Finance Management in SME (Wrocław University of Economics). He was the initiator and first chairman of the Association of Individual Investors. Since 2000 he has been a scholarship holder and member of American organization Ashoka –Innovators for the Public. Since July 2011 he has been a member of permanent advisory group SMSG (Securities and Markets Stakeholder Group) at ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority) in Paris.
Member of the Supervisory Board
He has co-operated with both Polish and foreign clients such as Enterprise Investors, Elektrim and Merrill Lynch. Being one of the founders of Chajec, Don-Siemion & Żyto, a law firm, he provides advice to his clients in respect of company law, mergers and acquisitions. His professional competence also includes preparation and carrying out of international issuance of securities and venture capital transactions.
Mr Andrzej Chajec meets the independence criteria set out in the Act of 11 May 2017 on Statutory Auditors, Audit Firms and Public Supervision and has no real and significant relationship with a shareholder holding at least 5% of the total number of votes in the Company, to which the set of “Best Practices for Companies Listed on the WSE 2021” applies.