Management board

Tomasz Czechowicz

Managing Partner, Chief Investment Officer, Chief Executive Officer

growth / expansion / buy-out
Holder of M.Sc. in Enterprise Management from the Wrocław School of Economics. He also completed a post-graduate management course at the Warsaw School of Economics and obtained the Master of Business Administration title from the University of Minnesota.
  • Entrepreneur since 1985. For the past 20 years, Venture Capital/Private Equity investor, founder and Group Managing Partner @ MCI Capital - one of the leading European private equity groups with focus on technology and digitalization. In 1990-1998 Co-founder and CEO of JTT Computer SA - leading CE computer manufacturer with USD 100M+ revenue.
  • Selected as one of Top-20 best Polish managers in 2015 by Bloomberg business week. Guest speaker at many PE/VC conferences, including NOAH. Supervisory board member and advisory board member of many of MCI funds portfolio companies across Europe. In 2001 the World Economic Forum awarded Tomasz Czechowicz with the title of Global Leader for Tomorrow for his exceptional feeling for the market, professionalism, vision and business efficacy. In 2000 one of the TOP-10 most influential people in the European Internet by Business Week.

Ewa Ogryczak

Vicepresident of the Board, Chief Financial Officer

  • She graduated as M.Sc. (magister) from the Warsaw School of Economics in 2003. Furthermore, since 2009, she has been a certified statutory auditor.
  • She acquired professional experience as a Partner and Director of the Warsaw branch of PKF Consult Sp. z o.o. (former PKF Audyt Sp. z o.o.) and as a manager at KPMG Audyt Sp. z o.o., an audit firm.
  • Following her employment at PKF Consult and KPMG, she worked as a self-employed auditor.

Krzysztof Stupnicki

Vicepresident of the Board

Krzysztof Stupnicki graduated from the Main School of Planning and Statistics (currently the Warsaw School of Economics) with a degree in finance and econometrics. He studied economics at Cornell University in the US, as well as management at CEDEP/INSEAD in France.

He acquired his professional experience with companies such as:  the Collegium of World Economy at MSPS (WSE) 1987-1989, the Office of the Government Plenipotentiary of Ownership Restructuring, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Ownership Restructuring, 1989-1991, Credit Suisse First Boston 1992-1995 as a representative for Poland, as well as President of the Management Board at ING Investment Management Poland SA 1996-2002, President of the Management Board of AIG TFI SA,  then Amplico and Metlife 2003-2014, Investment Director AIG/ALICO, Poland and New Markets 2002-2012, Investment Director at Metlife, Central Europe 2012-2014, President of the Management Board of BEST TFI SA 2015-2016, Vice President of the Management Board of MCI Management Sp. z o.o., from 2017-present.

Tomasz Masiarz

Member of the Board

 

Supervisory Board

Jarosław Dubiński

Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Jarosław Dubiński specializes in civil law, M&A, capital markets (in particular investment funds) and insurance law. He advised financial market organizations and institutions, including the Polish Chamber of Pension Funds (IGTE), Polish Insurance Association (PIU) and the Association of Investment Fund Companies in Poland (currently Chamber of Fund and Asset Management), in particular with respect to draft legal acts on financial markets, including the Insurance Act or the Investment Funds Act.

Piotr Czapski

Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Graduate of Washington University in Seattle USA, where he became M.Sc. and later Ph.D. in electronics and worked as an assistant professor. In the years 1995-97 he worked for Chrysler Corporation in R&D department. He holds four patents in the automotive industry. In 1997, he joined McKinsey & Co. where he acted as partner and managed McKinsey’s Business Technology Practice in Eastern Europe. In the years 2005-2008, he was member of the board in Netia S.A. responsible for strategy, development and merger and acquisition transactions. He was also a member of the supervisory board of Netia and P4. Currently, he is the vice president of the supervisory board of HTL – Strefa and member of the supervisory board of Atos Medical in Sweden. In 2008, he opened the Warsaw office of EQT Partners and until the year 2013, as a partner, managed EQT operations in Central Eastern Europe.

The member of the Supervisory Board meets the independence criteria referred to in Annex II to Commission Recommendation 2005/162/EC of 15 February 2005 on the role of non-executive or supervisory directors of listed companies and on the committees of the (supervisory) board, and the guidelines set out in point II.Z.4. of the ‘Good Practices of Companies Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange 2016’, attached as an annex to Resolution No 26/1413/2015 of the Supervisory Board of Giełda Papierów Wartościowych w Warszawie S.A. of 13 October 2015 on adopting the ‘Good Practices of Companies Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange 2016.’

Grzegorz Warzocha

Supervisory Board Member

Marcin Petrykowski

Supervisory Board Member

Marcin Petrykowski has been working on the international capital market for over 14 years. He has extensive experience in developing and implementing business strategies, both in Poland and on foreign markets, as well as in managing teams of highly qualified specialists working for global financial institutions. Since 2014, he has been working for S&P Global Ratings, where he manages Strategic Customer Team for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). This team, which operates in each of the company’s offices in the region, is engaged in comprehensive commercial cooperation with S&P’s major strategic customers. Marcin Petrykowski also serves as S&P’s Regional Director for Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and is responsible for strategy and business management throughout the region. At the same time, he serves as the General Director of the Polish Branch of the London-based S&P, managing the company’s head office for Poland and the other CEE countries from a Warsaw-based office. He joined S&P from J.P. Morgan Corporate and Investment Bank, where he managed a region comprising Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Israel as the Executive Director of the Markets & Investor Services business line. At the same time, he served as the Deputy Director of the Polish Branch of J.P. Morgan. Prior to working at J.P. Morgan’s London-based office, he worked for Citi Corporate and Investment Banking, where he was responsible for corporate banking in Poland and in Central and Eastern Europe. He is also a graduate of an international programme for the development of Citi’s future management staff. Marcin Petrykowski is a graduate of the Koźmiński University (Management and International Trade), the School of Economics and Management (Lund, Sweden – International Finance) and the University of Warsaw (postgraduate studies for CFOs). He is an FCA-approved investment advisor and has participated in numerous training courses for management staff.

The member of the Supervisory Board meets the independence criteria referred to in Annex II to Commission Recommendation 2005/162/EC of 15 February 2005 on the role of non-executive or supervisory directors of listed companies and on the committees of the (supervisory) board, and the guidelines set out in point II.Z.4. of the ‘Good Practices of Companies Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange 2016’, attached as an annex to Resolution No 26/1413/2015 of the Supervisory Board of Giełda Papierów Wartościowych w Warszawie S.A. of 13 October 2015 on adopting the ‘Good Practices of Companies Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange 2016.’

Mariusz Grendowicz

Member of the Supervisory Board

Has been working in the banking sector since 1987. He worked for Australia and New Zealand Banking Group in London (from 1987 to 1991), followed by ANZ Merchant Bank Ltd. in London (1991), Citibank N.A. in London (from 1991 to 1992), ING Bank N.V. in Warsaw (from 1992 to 1995), ING Bank Rt. in Budapest (from 1995 to 1997) – as Deputy General Manager and Vice President of the Management Board, ABN AMRO Bank S.A. in Warsaw (from 1997 to 2001) – as Vice President and President of the Management Board, Bank BPH S.A. in Warsaw (from 2001 to 2006) – as Vice President of the Management Board and at BRE Bank S.A. in Warsaw (from 2008 to 2010) – as CEO and General Manager.

From 2013 to 2014, President of the Management Board at Polskie Inwestycje Rozwojowe S.A. Graduate of the Chartered Banker Institute, where he obtained the International Banking Diploma in 1989. Completed a number of management and international banking courses, such as: Selling Skills Course (Grindlays Bank, Jersey, 1988), Advanced Credit and Account Management Course (Grindlays Bank, London, 1991), Capital Markets & Investment Banking Course (Wolfheze, 1993), 1st ING International Business Course (Nijenrode, 1994), Management in International Banking (CEDEP, Fontainebleau, 1995) and Senior Management Course (Santpoort, 1999).

The member of the Supervisory Board meets the independence criteria referred to in Annex II to Commission Recommendation 2005/162/EC of 15 February 2005 on the role of non-executive or supervisory directors of listed companies and on the committees of the (supervisory) board, and the guidelines set out in point II.Z.4. of the ‘Good Practices of Companies Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange 2016’, attached as an annex to Resolution No 26/1413/2015 of the Supervisory Board of Giełda Papierów Wartościowych w Warszawie S.A. of 13 October 2015 on adopting the ‘Good Practices of Companies Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange 2016.’