Board changes at PKP PLK



New broom, Remigiusz Paszkiewicz. Photo European Economic Congress.

Remigiusz Paszkiewicz was appointed today Chairman of the Board of PKP PLK, the PKP subsidiary responsible for Poland’s railway infrastructure in place of Zbigniew Szafranski.

Remigiusz Paszkiewicz’s previous appointment was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of petrochemical giant Grupa Orlen’s chemical subsidiary Anwil. He graduated from the Environmental Engineering Faculty at Warsaw Polytechnic and from the Polish National School of Public Administration. Since 1994 he worked in the Projects Office (today ORLEN Projekt) in Petrochemia Płock S.A.

In the years 1996-2001 he was employed in the Ministry of Finance and then, till 2007, in Narodowy Bank Polski, the National Polish National Bank. He came back to PKN ORLEN in 2007 and was Deputy Director in the Capital Group Office. Then, he was Director of the Office for Unipetrol Affairs and Acting President of the Board in Inowrocławskie Kopalnie Soli SOLINO SA. On 1st January 2009 he has became a Member of the Board of ANWIL S.A. On 29th June 2010 he was appointed acting Chairman and on 1st October 2010 Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

Yesterday, Jacek Kałlur, formerly HR Director of TPSA was appointed HR Director of PKP PLK. The position of Director for Investment remains vacant.

On his way out, Zbigniew Szafranski. Photo BTWT.

One Response to “Board changes at PKP PLK”

  1. Gavin Whitelaw Says:

    Another banker……methinks they are changing deckchairs on the titanic.

    My “w” key doesn’t seem to bork… :-)

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