The Extraordinary General Assembly of Comarch appointed Anna Brusca as Chairman of the Board of Directors, the IT company announced in a stock exchange announcement. Furthermore, until the end of the current term of the Board of Directors, Marcin Warwas and Marcin Kaletta have been appointed Vice-Chairmen. Maria Jolanta Fleiss has been appointed as a member of the Supervisory Board.
– I think this will be a strong year for Comarch. We intend to continue to develop dynamically and increase sales in foreign markets, without giving up on the challenges of the Polish market. We want to rise to the challenge and strengthen the brand of an important Polish IT company abroad. We are focusing on greater innovation of Comarch products, which will be possible thanks to investing in the latest IT technologies and building an increasingly stronger team of specialists in these areas,” Anna Brusca said, quoted in the press release.
Anna Bruska is the daughter of Janusz Filipiak. Co-founder and longtime Chairman of the Comarch Board of Directors passed away on December 17, 2023 at the age of 71. Since the beginning of October, she has assumed the position of Acting Chairman of the Krakow Company, and has been delegated this task on behalf of the Supervisory Board. The reason was the serious health condition of Janusz Filipiak, who lost consciousness at the end of last September due to heart problems.
The new president has been a member of the supervisory board of Comarch for years. In 2004, I started working for this company in Brussels. As President of Comarch Software AG, she was responsible for setting up the structures of a German daughter company in Western Europe, opening subsidiaries of the company in Belgium (Brussels), Germany (Dresden and Frankfurt am Main) and France (Paris and Lille) and, in the next stage, establishing institutional procedures corresponding to With local legal and customary relations and management of these branches.
Her duties also included building Comarch brand awareness in Western Europe, lobbying, business development, and acquiring new clients in the following sectors: telecommunications, ERP, finance, and insurance. In 2009, she started her own business in the service sector. Since 2013, he has been Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Comarch Swiss AG.
“She is an economist by education. In 2003, she graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics, specializing in Finance and Banking, and obtained a master's degree in economics. In 2001-2003, she studied macroeconomics at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany and from there she went on to study in 2003 Postgraduate studies in Geneva where she obtained a certificate of completion of studies in the field of development economics and in 2019 she defended her doctorate in humanities in the field of international relations at the Jagiellonian University,” we read on the Comarch website.
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