appointed to the Member of the Supervisory Board of the 11th term of office on January 8, 2021.; elected as the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the 11th term of office on January 8, 2021
Doctor of Laws, researcher and legal counsel with long-standing experience in national and international commercial law. Specialist in Anglo-Saxon commercial, family and process laws. Author of scholarly publications on law (with a particular focus on human rights) and social sciences, issued in Poland and at foreign universities. Participant and speaker at international conferences. Assistant professor at the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Kraków, visiting professor at the University of Oxford and University of Arizona (US). Cooperates with the Law and Society Association, and Réseau Académique sur la Charte Sociale Européenne et les Droits Sociaux.
In 2022, Ms Butrymowicz was employed at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. From 2019 to 2021, she served as Business Process Expert at Poczta Polska S.A. In 2022, she served as Deputy Chair of the Supervisory Board of Grupa Azoty Kopalnie i Zakłady Chemiczne Siarki Siarkopol S.A. and in August 2022 she was appointed as Chair of the company’s Supervisory Board.
Since 2010, she has worked as a legal counsel, in both private and public sector, providing advice in such areas as civil law, public procurement law, construction law, commercial law, international economic law, and business arbitration. From 2010 to 2019 she ran her own legal practice, where her clients included the 35th Military Economic Branch, Karmar S.A., Grupa Azoty S.A., GSP Poland and other entities.
Appointed to the Supervisory Board of the 11th term on June 29th 2020. Appointed Deputy Chair of the Supervisory Board on July 23rd 2020.
Legal counsel. Graduate of the University of Białystok, Faculty of Law; MBA Finance & Technology at Warsaw University of Technology. He completed legal counsel training at the Regional Legal Counsels Association of Warsaw. He specialises in corporate law and corporate services. He has served on advisory teams in M&A transactions in the logistics and energy sectors.
Since November 2022, Vice President of the Management Board of Poczta Polska S.A., Chief Infrastructure Officer. From December 2020 to October 2022, a member of the Supervisory Board of Poczta Polska S.A. In 2020–2022, he served as a director at the Ministry of State Assets, with his remit covering the banking sector, Poczta Polska communications, and other areas.
Elected by the Company’s employees. He has served as a Member of the Supervisory Board since June 3rd 2013. Appointed to the Supervisory Board of the 11th term on June 29th 2020. He has served as Secretary of the Supervisory Board since May 13th 2021.
He holds a Master of Science degree in Chemical Engineering and Technology from the Tadeusz Kościuszko Cracow University of Technology. He also completed postgraduate programmes: Master of Business Administration at the WSB University in Dąbrowa Górnicza and Polymer Chemistry and Technology at the Ignacy Łukasiewicz Rzeszów University of Technology. He completed numerous courses in management, financial statement analysis, and other fields.
He has been involved with Grupa Azoty S.A. since 1999. Since December 2014, he has been Head of the Plastics Production Unit in Tarnów, Plastics Business Segment. In his previous roles, he served as Head of Plastics Production and Head of the Caprolactam Polymerisation Department at the Tarnów-based company. In 2016–2017, he was Chair of the Supervisory Board of Grupa Azoty ATT Polymers GmbH.
She has served as a Member of the Supervisory Board since December 2nd 2016. Appointed to the Supervisory Board of the 11th term on June 29th 2020.
In 1998, Ms Fill was awarded an MA in European Studies from the University of North London, UK. She also holds master’s degrees in social studies and English studies from the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and the Faculty of Modern Languages, University of Warsaw, respectively. Ms Fill is a member of the British Alumni Society. She completed postgraduate insurance studies at the Academy of Finance of Warsaw and an Executive MBA programme and is licensed to serve on the supervisory boards of state-owned companies.
Since 2012, she has run her own consulting business. Previously, Ms Fill worked in the financial and pharmaceutical sectors, holding managerial positions in sales and marketing at various Polish and foreign companies, including Prudential Plc., PZU S.A. and the Warsaw Stock Exchange, where she successfully developed and implemented sales support campaigns and complex business projects. In 2006–2010, she served successively as Member of the Supervisory Board, Vice President of the Management Board, Sales and Marketing, and President of the Management Board of Pocztowe Towarzystwo Ubezpieczeń Wzajemnych (a mutual insurance company). She also has experience in product marketing and B2B sales in the pharmaceutical industry. She was President of the Management Board of the PZU Foundation and the WSE Foundation. In 2019–2021, she sat on the Supervisory Board of Polski Holding Hotelowy Sp. z o.o.
He has served as a Member of the Supervisory Board since February 1st 2016. Appointed to the Supervisory Board of the 11th term on June 29th 2020.
An attorney-at-law. Graduate of the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration. In 2009, he completed legal training as an attorney-at-law at the regional bar association in Warsaw, and passed the bar examination. In 2010, he was entered in the register of attorneys-at-law.
He owned a law firm specialising in civil law. In his legal practice, he specialised in the protection of personal rights, commercial companies law, criminal law, penal fiscal law, civil law, and administrative law. He provided day-to-day legal assistance to businesses, including with respect to corporate governance issues. He also served as Adviser to the Special Committee of the Sejm (lower chamber of the Polish parliament) on Changes in Codification.
Marzena Małek was appointed to the Supervisory Board of the 11th term by the Minister of State Assets, with effect from January 11th 2023.
Ms Małek graduated from the University of Warsaw with a major in databases and computer programming, as well as completing courses in human resources management and personal data protection. She also holds an Executive MBA diploma from the Warsaw-based Management Academy of Applied Sciences. She has a wealth of experience in developing and implementing effective business strategies, managing multidisciplinary teams, planning and implementing corporate budgets, and running risk management systems.
Ms Małek currently serves as Director General at the Ministry of State Assets. From 2022, she also served as President of the Management Board of ENEA Power&Gas Trading sp. z o.o. and from 2021 as Member of the Management Board, Chief Operating Officer, of ENEA Trading sp. z o.o., where she led a team of experts responsible for the trading of electricity, property rights, emission allowances, and natural gas and other fuels for the ENEA Group.
Earlier, in 2016–2020, she was Member of the Management Board of PL. 2012+, the operator of the PGE Narodowy stadium in Warsaw. Her remit included heading the Sales and Execution function, with a particular responsibility for delivering the company's revenue targets and for the performance of the international projects team. Since 2017, Ms Małek has been serving on the Board of the Father Ignacy Skorupka Foundation. Ms Małek previously worked as a senior manager in various governmental agencies, including state-owned companies and cultural institutions.
Appointed to the Supervisory Board of the 11th term on June 29th 2020.
An attorney-at-law. In 2006, he graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Rzeszów University. In 2013, he completed legal training as an attorney-at-law and is currently a member of the Regional Bar Association of Kraków. He has many years of experience in serving on the supervisory boards of companies.
He runs a legal practice specialising in business, civil and bankruptcy law. He provides legal services to limited liability and joint-stock companies. In his previous roles, he served in local government decision-making and supervisory bodies.
Elected by the Company’s employees. Appointed to the Supervisory Board of the 11th term on November 15th 2021.
He holds a Master’s degree in Organisation and Management. He also completed a postgraduate programme in Finance and Accounting at the Cracow University of Economics. He completed numerous courses, including a course for chief accountants run by the Kraków Branch of Accountants Association in Poland, and courses in corporate restructuring, strategic analysis, budgeting and management reporting systems.
He has been involved with the Grupa Azoty Group since 2009. At present, he serves as Head of the Settlements and Payments Accounting Department at Grupa Azoty S.A. In his previous roles he served as Chief Financial Officer at Zakłady Azotowe S.A. in Tarnów, Project Manager of the Shared Services Centre at Grupa Azoty S.A., and Chief Financial Officer at Grupa Azoty Kopalnie i Zakłady Chemiczne Siarki Siarkopol S.A. He was Vice President of the Management Board, Chief Financial Officer at Grupa Azoty Koltar Sp. z o.o.
In 2016–2017, he served as a Member of the Supervisory Board of LGM S.A. (a start-up), and in 2010–2012 he was a Member of the Supervisory Board of Zakład Narzędziowy Sp. z o.o. of Sędziszów Małopolski.
Elected by the Company’s employees. He has served as a Member of the Supervisory Board since July 5th 2016. Appointed to the Supervisory Board of the 11th term on June 29th 2020.
He holds a Master’s degree in electrical engineering, with a major in electrical power engineering, from the AGH University of Science and Technology. He also completed post-graduate programmes in business fundamentals and energy auditing at the Kraków University of Economics and AGH University of Science and Technology, respectively. In addition, he has attended various executive management courses.
He has been involved with Grupa Azoty S.A. since 1996. Since 2003, has been working Head of the Power Supply and Security Division at the Power Centre. Earlier, he held the positions of Deputy Head of the Power Supply and Security Division at the Power Centre and independent process engineer at the Tarnów plant’s Electrical Department. In addition, he volunteers as Member of the Board of the Association of Polish Electrical Engineers, Branch No. 3 in Tarnów, and Member of the Qualification Committee of the Polish Association of Chemical Engineers, Tarnów Branch.
Composition of The Audit Committee:
Composition of Strategy and Development Committee:
Composition of Corporate Governance Committee:
Mr. Michał Maziarka and Mr. Wojciech Krysztofik fulfils the criteria of being independent referred to in the Act of 11 May 2017 on Auditors, Audit Firms and Public Supervision and those supervisory board members who have no actual and material relations with any shareholder who holds at least 5% of the total vote in the company
update date: 07.07.2023