Marcin Izdebski
Chairman

He graduated from the Warsaw University of Technology (the Faculty of Production Engineering) and the Warsaw School of Economic (economics).

He has experience of working in the private sector, non-government organizations and public administration.
He has worked in public administration since 2016. He is responsible for supervising companies in which the State Treasury holds interest.

At present, he is Director of the Analyses and Reporting Department in the Ministry of State Assets.

Jarosław Jaźwiński

A graduate of the University of Warsaw. He studied at the Faculty of Law and Administration, the Faculty of Journalism and Political Science, and in the American Law Centre (cooperation between the University of Warsaw and the University of Florida – Levin College).

Lawyer, attorney, entrepreneur. A member of the Bar Association in Warsaw. He has experience in conducting business and investing activities, shareholder supervision, providing legal services to individuals and enterprises in the areas of civil, criminal, administrative and commercial law.

Aleksandra Machowicz-Jaworska

Civil servant with more than ten years of experience in public administration. For many years, she worked as an internal auditor and then as a forensic analyst.

In the years 2014–2017, she worked at the Ministry of the State Treasury in the area of shareholder supervision over state-owned companies in the aviation sector. She also supervised procedures associated with the restructuring of companies partly-owned by the State Treasury and the processes of granting state aid and support not classified as state aid.

Since 2017, she has been employed at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister, where she manages the analytical team responsible for monitoring strategic investment projects and performing tasks associated with acquiring or taking up shares in companies by the State Treasury.

Aleksandra Machowicz-Jaworska has gained experience as a member of supervisory bodies of commercial companies. She sat on the Supervisory Boards of the following companies: H. Cegielski-Poznań S.A., LOTOS Air-BP Sp. z o.o. and Chemobudowa Kraków S.A.
She was educated at the Institute of Economics of the Poznań University of Economics and Business. She also completed numerous training courses in the financial analysis of business entities, risk analysis, accounting and state aid.

Halina Ołdakowska

Manager with more than 15 years of experience in the creative sector. She has expert knowledge in project management, change management and transformation management. Ambassador of new technologies and brand building.

Leader of numerous projects co-funded by the European Union, both infrastructural and “soft” – artistic, aimed at engaging the audience and popularizing art. Such activities promote the institution, city, region and Poland – in both the national and international arena.

Active member of the Supervisory Board of the Financial Holding in the first and second term of office, with many achievements in building the holding structure and its financial assumptions, fast development of the Group and international acquisitions.

Tomasz Fill

Manager with almost 20 years of experience. He managed communications, marketing and investor relations teams for the largest Polish companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, operating in the following sectors: finance, power and telecommunications.

Since 2016 he has worked for the Polish Development Fund. In July 2018 he became its Vice President responsible for communication, marketing and IT.

He graduated from the University of Warsaw, the Department of Journalism and Political Science. He also completed a post-graduate course in insurance at the Academy of Finance in Warsaw and the Executive MBA programme at the French Institute of Management.

Piotr Pełka

He graduated from the University of Łódź, the Department of Economics and Sociology. In 2000 he obtained a doctoral degree in economics from the Department of Management of the University of Łódź.

In the years 1996–1998, he worked at the Ministry of the Economy. Since 1999, he has worked for the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, where he was responsible for creating a system for supervising and monitoring state aid in Poland. During the accession negotiations between Poland and the European Union, he worked in the team responsible for the chapter on Competition Policy.

At present he is Director of the State Aid Monitoring Department. Author of books and other publications on state aid, a participant in conferences and training sessions, and a university lecturer on this topic.

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