Dawid Jackiewicz and Jarosław Dybowski were expelled from the board of directors Orlin Synthus Green Energy By the supervisory board of the company created by Orlin and Synthos, owned by the richest Pole, Mikhail Solovy – Find out Business Insider Polska. The change request was submitted by Orlin representatives. On behalf of Orlin, Daniel Obajtic and Michal Rogge remain members of the supervisory board of the nuclear company – Both were members of the board of directors of Płock.
Davut Jakiewicz is the former Treasury Minister in the PiS government. His adventure began with the appointment of Beata Szydlo's government, and ended less than a year later – as the Prime Minister decided to dismiss him in September 2016. This was also the first dismissal in this team.
The former politician returned to trading in 2022, when he joined the board of directors of Orlin and Synthos Nuclear.
New people from the old team
The change in the OSGE board was registered in the National Court Register on 7 February 2024, but the decisions were made last week. Jackiewicz and Dybowski were replaced by Iwona Waksmundzka-Olejniczak and Jarosław Wróbel.
“Every shareholder in the company has the right to appoint and dismiss his representatives on the Board of Directors.” – OSGE press office told us when asked about the changes in the board of directors.
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The caliphs will not last long
Iwona Waksmundzka-Olejniczak is now a former member of Orlen's board of directors – she was dismissed by the new supervisory board on 6 February. Jaroslaw Vrubel, in turn, is the president of Energa, controlled by Orlen, and in the past, among others, vice president of PGNiG or president of Orlen Południe.
Both will likely lose their positions at OSGE in the near future, once the new team running Orlen starts replacing staff at Płock's subsidiaries.
OSGE. Orlin Nuclear Corporation and the richest Pole
OSGE wants to use GE Hitachi's American technology and building a network of small modular reactors (SMR) over the next ten years or so. By 2038, up to 78 of them are scheduled to be built in Poland.
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