Supervisory board

Kamilla Sytek – Skonieczna
Chair of Supervisory Board

KAMILLA SYTEK SKONIECZNA 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.

She does not meet the independence criteria specified in the Act of 11 May 2017 on statutory auditors, audit firms, and public supervision due to her family relationship with a shareholder who holds at least 5% of the total votes in the Company.

Dawid Pawłowski
Member of Supervisory Board

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.

Meets the independence criteria outlined in the Act of 11 May 2017 on Statutory Auditors, Audit Firms, and Public Supervision. There are no substantial and significant relationships with any shareholder who holds at least 5% of the total number of votes in the company.

Paweł Zgliński
Member of Supervisory Board


He is a legal adviser, a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He specialises in commercial law, civil law and copyright law. At Adam Mickiewicz University, he gives lectures on copyright law and business law. He is a co-author of publications on commercial law, as well as co-organiser and lecturer at presentations and conferences on, inter alia, company restructuring and the issue of activity and liability of management board members. He has extensive experience in company transformations, mergers and divisions, business disposals and complex restructuring processes of holding structures. At the Chancellery, he is also responsible for registration proceedings.