Graduated from Poznań University of Economics. She is an expert in corporate finance and accounting. She has been a finance director for foreign companies in Poland for more than six years. In 1997-2000 she was a consolidation specialist and independent accountant at Hochtief Poland. In 2000-2006 she worked for Bridgestone Poland – one of the largest Japanese investors in Poland. In 2006 she was a financial controller at MCS Central Europe and was promoted in 2007 to the position of finance director.
Since December 2011 she has worked at KETYS Investments sp. z .o.o. where she supervises financial policies of subsidiary companies.
Graduated from the Department of Foreign trade at SGPiS (Warsaw University of Life Sciences).He is also a graduate of schools such as the University of Göttingen (Faculty of Economic Sciences), University of Mannheim (faculty of international trade). He completed the Advanced Management Programme, IESE in Barcelona in the years 2006-2007. He has participated in numerous workshops on finance, banking and energy across the country and internationally. In the years 1990-1993 Stańczuk worked at Polski Bank Rozwoju S.A. in Warsaw, where he held the position of director of economic affairs, and was later promoted to the post of director of credit risk management and held the position of bank management board member. In the years 1993-2013 he cooperated with WestLB in Dusseldorf, where he was involved in setting up branches of the group across Central and Eastern Europe. He was a member of the management board at WestLB Bank Polska SA, and moved on to become a member of the global department for the financing of the energy, oil and gas industry. W 2015 he was a board member at Sferia Sam and has held this position at Tines SA since 2016.
A graduate of Warsaw School of Economics, Koźmiński University and Warsaw School of Information Technology. He began his professional career in 2001 at the headquarters of TP S.A. by gaining experience in process management and internal audit implementation. Next, he worked for KPMG, where he advised international companies on how to streamline business processes, implement IT systems, internal control (SOX) and internal audit. In 2008-2010 he managed strategic, integrative and IT projects for streamlining operational and financial processes. Until January 2014 he worked as the Business IT Manager for Central and Eastern Europe at Janssen Poland (Johnson&Johnson Group), where he was responsible for a wide variety of new technologies as well as IT and business systems development, while managing business IT relations with extramural and intramural stakeholders in the CEE region. Since 2013 he has been a member of the supervisory board at Aforti Holding S.A.
Has over 20 years of experience in banking and capital market institutions.Currently he is partner and co-owner of BAAK Company – banking loans and capital market advisoryand Capitalia Company. He also is CEO and co-owner of ICRA – individual clients’ risk assessmentcompany and CEO and co-owner of Insurance Group Service. Krzysztof served over a decade in the banking sector: he was Vice President of Management Board in PKO BP in charge of Risk and Collection and also investment banking in the years 2008-2011. He chaired the Asset and Liabilities Committee and the Central Credit Committee in PKO BP.In 2012, he was recognized with “Order of Merit in Banking for the Republic of Poland” awarded by the President of the National Bank of Poland.
In previous years, Krzysztof supervised assets and liabilities operations – as the managing director in Pekao SA. In 1996-2001, he worked for Polish National Depositary of Securities (KDPW) on a risk management system for new derivative entries on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Throughout his professional career, Krzysztof attended countless seminars and conferences. Among others, Krzysztof did an internship at Depository Trust Company (New York).
Krzysztof is a member of Global Association of Risk Professionals, Professional Risk Management International Association, the Board of Capital Market Leaders Academy (Lesław Paga Foundation of 2065), and the Board of EFPA Poland Foundation for Financial Advisory Standards.
Graduated from the Main School of Planning and Statistics (SGPiS), Department of Production Economics where he Defended doctoral dissertation. He started his career as an academic employee in the Main School of Planning and Statistics in the Institute of Economic Development. Next years he worked as the Director of the Economic Analysis Unit, Director of the Economic Policy Unit Planning in the Commission of the Council of Ministers. In the years 1989 – 1992 Andrzej served as Secretary of State and then as First Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Finance. He was the President of the Management Board in Powszechny Bank Handlowy SA GECOBANK and the Deputy President of the Management Board in Powszechna Kasa Oszczędności Bank Polski S.A. He served as President of the Management Board in Powszechny Bank Kredytowy S.A. in Warsaw in the years 1995-2002 and as President of the Management Board in Powszechna Kasa Oszczędności Bank Polski S.A. in the years 2002-2007. Andrzej also served as the Chairman of the Supervisory Board at PKO TFI S.A. and President of the Board in The Polish Red Cross (PCK). In the previous years, among others, he was a Member of the Supervisory Board of Towarzystwo Ubezpieczeń i Reasekuracji „Warta” S.A., Polskie Koleje Państwowe, Powszechne Towarzystwo Emerytalne PBK S.A., Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie, Bank Pocztowy, Górnośląski Bank Gospodarczy.