The Board of Directors of PKO Polski Bank informs that “On February 7, 2024, Darius Swed resigned from the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bank, as well as from membership in the Board of Directors of the Bank. As of February 14, 2024.“.
We also read moreThe resignation did not include the reasons for submitting it“This is the full content of the official statement provided by the bank.
Recently, CEO changes have occurred very frequently at PKO BP. In June 2021, Zbigniew Jagiello resigned from the post of President of PKO BP, who had held this position for a record long time – for 12 years.
since then The successors are: Jan-Emerick Ruseczewski, Iona Duda, Pawel Groza and the current president Darius Szwed.
Dariusz Szwed – silhouette
Experienced banker leaves PKO BP. Darius Zwed has nearly thirty years of experience in the financial sector. As of 2021, he serves as a member of the Board of Directors Gobodarstowa Krajowigo BankHe supervised the business and banking operations area, and previously the information technology and European funds area.
In 2019-2021, he served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors Alior BankHe oversaw the bank's entire business – sales and products to retail and corporate clients, treasury activities as well as the private banking area and brokerage desk. Meanwhile, he was Chairman of Alior TFI. He was a member of numerous committees, including the Credit Committee.
Previously, since 1995, he was associated with Santander Bank Polska, He most recently assumed the position of Director of Private Banking, where he was responsible for overseeing the overall business activities, including operational, credit and reputational risks in the industry. He also supervised the retail portion of the bank's brokerage activities.
In addition, he was a member of the team managing the merger of Santander Bank Polska and the spin-off of Deutsche Bank, where he was responsible for the analysis and implementation of targeted private banking solutions in the combined bank.
He graduated from the Faculty of Banking and Finance at WSB University in Poznań and Management at Czestochowa University of Technology. He also obtained a diploma from the Warsaw School of Economics.
Clearing in the Supervisory Board of PKO BP
The resignation of the head of PKO BP is part of wider personnel changes at the state-owned bank. On February 2, an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders expelled eight of the ten current members of the Supervisory Board of PKO BP.
They were separated by vote Robert Pietryszyn (current Chairman of the Council), Maciej Lubiński, Wojciech Jasinski, Dominik Kaczmarski, Mariusz Andrzejewski, Rafael Kos, Tomas Koczor and Bogdan Szafranski.
At the same time, the state treasury Eight new members appointed to the Supervisory Board of PKO BP: Maciej Cieślukowski, Hanna Kuzińska, Szymon Midera, Marek Panfil, Marek Radzikowski, Paweł Waniowski, Katarzyna Zimnicka-Jankowska and Andrzej Oślizło.
Biographies of all eight people can be found in a separate article in Business Insider Polska.
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