Report No. 6/2024

01.02.2024 16:32
Submission of a candidate for Supervisory Board Member by a shareholder – the State Treasury

Legal basis:

Paragraph 19.1.2 of the Regulation of the Minister of Finance on 29 March 2018 on the current and periodic information published by issuers of securities and the conditions for considering as equivalent the information required by law of a non-member state


the Report:

The Management Board of PKO Bank Polski S.A. (the “Bank”) informs that on February 1, 2024 the Bank received a notification from a shareholder - the State Treasury – of the nomination of Mr. Andrzej Oślizło as a candidate to the Supervisory Board, in connection with the convening of the Extraordinary General Meeting on February 2, 2024  (the "EGM"). 

The Bank provides received information on a candidate’s CV in order  to enable the Bank's shareholders to familiarise themselves with such information prior to the EGM.


Andrzej Oślizło

Andrzej Oślizło is a graduate of the University of Economics in Katowice (majoring in Economics) and the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice (majoring in Computer Science). He also completed MBA studies at the European University in Montreux, Switzerland.

For over 25 years, he has been managing business ventures in Poland and on the foreign markets. He specializes in business management, investments, mergers and acquisitions, as well as strategies, in particular concerning foreign expansion. During his career, he has successfully served as the President and Member of the Management Board of companies from the following industries: ICT, TSL, aviation, finance and banking ( Schenker Sp. z o.o., LOT S.A., Aviva S.A., Expander Advisors Sp. z o.o., Burietta Sp. z o.o. – Inelo Group).

His professional experience also includes cooperation with Private Equity funds,  including  Trinity Management and Innova Capital, on behalf of which he held supervisory and management functions in the bodies of portfolio companies, as well as was responsible for their value growth and capital exits.