President of the Management Board, PGO S.A.
President of the Management Board, ŚREM Iron Foundry
Łukasz Petrus holds a MSc degree from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice and Postgraduate Management Studies at WSB University in Poznań.
In 2005-2012 he worked for Timken Polska Sp. z o.o., where he implemented projects and managed teams in the fields of lean management, six sigma, quality and production. In 2012 he started cooperation with the TDJ Group, where he was the production manager at Kuźnia "Glinik" Sp. z o.o. [”Glinik” Forging Shop LTD]. In the following years he was the Vice President and President of the Management Board of this company. Currently Łukasz Petrus is the President of the Management Board of Grupa PGO S.A. [PGO Group PLC] and the President of the Management Board of Odlewnia Żeliwa Śrem S.A. [Śrem Iron Foundry PLC].
Vice President of the Management Board for Sales, PGO S.A.
Vice President of the Management Board, ŚREM Iron Foundry
Andrzej Bulanowski is a graduate of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Automatics and Electronics at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków and MBA-based Postgraduate Management Studies at the Warsaw School of Economics.
He began his career in the industrial sector in 1990. From the very beginning of his career he held managerial positions, leading commercial teams in the industry of steel products.
Andrzej Bulanowski worked for: Enpol Sp. z o.o., ThyssenKrupp Energostal S.A., ArcerolMittal Distribution Poland, Stalprofil S.A. and Voestalpine Steel Service Center Sp. z o.o.
Vice President of the Management Board for Finance, PGO S.A.
Vice President of the Management Board, ŚREM Iron Foundry
He graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Krakow University of Technology in the field of management and marketing – specialisation: management and reorganization of plants.
Lucjan Augustyn commenced his professional career at Rafineria Nafty Glimar SA, continued, among others, at LOTOS Parafiny SA and DrukPak SA, and joined the TDJ Group in 2012 as the director for economic and financial affairs at the GLINIK Forging Shop. Since 2013 he has been working for the PGO Group, where he supervises financial and economic activities in the companies.
In 2015 he was the Vice President for Strategy at PGO S.A. and since January 2016 he has been the Vice President for Financial Affairs. In October 2017 Lucjan Augustyn was appointed Vice President of the Management Board of the ŚREM Iron Foundry.
Vice President of the Management Board for Operations, PGO S.A.
Ireneusz Kazimierski is a graduate in chemical technology from the Faculty of Chemistry of the Technical University of Łódź. He holds a certificate of the business management development programme issued by ICAN Institute Harvard.
He commenced his professional career at Ceramika Paradyż in 1999. Later, he worked for companies such as Ultra Pack and Rovese Group (Cersanit, Opoczno) climbing up the management ladder and recently serving as CEO of Rovese. Ireneusz Kazimierski has been with the PGO Group since 2017.
Since 2017 Ireneusz Kazimierski has been the President of the Management Board of the GLINIK Forging Shop and since 2017 he has been the Vice President of the Management Board of PGO S.A.
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Tomasz Domagała is a graduate of the Master of Business Administration programme at Stanford Graduate School of Business in the USA. He is also a graduate of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków and of the Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at the University of Loughborough in the UK. Since 2004 he has been a member of the Supervisory Board of FAMUR SA, and since 2010 he has been chairing this Board. In the same year Tomasz Domogała was appointed chairman of the Supervisory Board of the TDJ Fund and thus he took control over the companies included in the investment portfolio as the owner of the entire TDJ Group. The fund currently includes, among others, four large listed capital groups: FAMUR, KOPEX, PGO and Zamet Industry. Tomasz Domogała also invests in the real estate market and start-ups. He is the founder of the TDJ Foundation for Education and Development that supports education and development of children and youth. In 2016, he took control of the KOPEX Group which was the largest acquisition in the mining machinery industry in Poland.
Czesław Kisiel as the President of the Management Board of TDJ SA is responsible for corporate governance in the entire Group, for which he has been working since 1992. In many of its companies he held managerial positions and was actively involved in numerous investment and acquisition processes. Currently, Czesław Kisiel is a member of the management and supervisory boards of numerous entities of the TDJ capital group. He specialises in capital market and corporate finance. He graduated from the Faculty of Production Economics, the Krakow University of Economics. Czesław Kisiel is also a graduate of MBA-based Postgraduate Management Studies at the Warsaw School of Economics.
Jacek Leonkiewicz is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics and CEMS Master in International Management at the CBS in Copenhagen, he also studied in Madrid. He began his professional career at J.P. Morgan and Merrill Lynch in London. Then, he worked for PKO TFI, where he analysed the stock market, especially companies from the construction, industrial, development and transport sectors. In the years 2013-2015 Jacek Leonkiewicz was the Managing Director for Owner Supervision and Privatisation at PKP (Polish Railways), where he was responsible, among others, for supervising privatisation processes at the PKP Group. He made a stock exchange debut and ABB of PKP Cargo. In the period from January 2015 to March 2016 he was the President of PKP Intercity. Since April 2016 he has been a managing partner of TDJ Equity, where he is responsible for owner supervision. He is also a member of supervisory boards of the portfolio companies: FPM, Odlewnia Śrem, Pioma Odlewnia, Pemug, ZBM and PGO.
Michał Nowak is a graduate in financial and economic studies of British universities: University of Reading (BA Business Analysis) and University of Warwick (MSc Economics). He is also a professional auditor (ACA) of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). He started his professional career in the London branch of PwC where he dealt with strategic consulting. In the years 2010-2014, he managed the sales and analysis strategy of Orange Polska and was responsible for transformation projects. Between 2014 and 2016 Michał Nowak was the managing director at PKP Intercity where he was responsible for product and tariff strategy and analyses. Since April 2016 he has been the managing director of TDJ Equity. He is a member of supervisory boards of the portfolio companies (Famur, PGO, Zamet and FPM).
Dorota Wyjadłowska graduated from the Krakow University of Economics in the field of finance, as well as postgraduate studies in financial and tax law at the Warsaw School of Economics and in economic law at the Krakow University of Economics. She also passed the state examination for tax advisors and was entered into the register of tax advisors. She worked for the Tax Chamber in Krakow. Dorota Wyjadłowska was a member of the Management Board of Equus SA and the president of Spółka Doradztwa Podatkowego KDT Sp. z o.o. Since 2001 she has been the owner of Kancelaria Doradztwa Podatkowego Dorota Wyjadłowska and in 2015 she was appointed Vice President of the Management Board of Longline Sp. z o.o. in the field of finance and taxes.
Magdalena Zajączkowska-Ejsymont is a graduate in Finance and Banking from the University of Łódź. She holds investment advisor license No 238. She commenced her professional career at PZU AM SA as a stock analyst and then as an investment advisor. Then, she was a deputy manager of stock portfolios at Amplico PTE SA. In the years 2009-2015 Magdalena Zajączkowska-Ejsymont was a deputy director of the Stock Portfolio Management Department at PKO TFI SA, where she managed stock funds. From 2013 to 2015 she was also a member of the Supervisory Board and the chair of the Audit Committee of PKP Intercity SA, and from February 2015 to March 2016 she was a member of the Management Board of PKP Intercity SA, supervising the following areas: finance, purchasing and warehouse management, IT, audit and control, standards and quality, customer service, including conductor service and HR. In the period 2008-2014, she was also the President and Vice President of the Association of Brokers and Advisers and held a number of other social functions, taking active part in legislative work in the capital market. Since April 2016 Magdalena Zajączkowska-Ejsymont has been a managing partner of TDJ Equity, where she is responsible for owner supervision and investment strategy of the field. Since April 2016 she has been a managing partner at TDJ, where she is responsible for the TDJ Equity field. She is a member of the Supervisory Boards of the following companies: Famur, Zamet, PGO, FPM, NiUW Glinik, Famak.
Tomasz Kruk graduated from the Faculty of Management at Lazarski University in Warsaw, where he received a Master’s degree in economics (specialisation: strategic management). He studied risk management at the Warsaw School of Economics (Postgraduate Studies in Risk Management at Financial Institutions). He is qualified in project management (Prince2 Foundation Examination). In 2008, Tomasz Kruk was awarded a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) diploma. He is a member of the International Compliance Association and the Institute of Internal Auditors. He has more than 10 years of experience in audit compliance, internal audit and special controls, advisory audits, litigation advice, risk management, and fraud and malpractice risk management projects. Tomasz Kruk has a long-standing managerial and supervisory experience, including as a member of investment committees. For several years he directly cooperated with management boards and supervisory boards of private and public sector companies.