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Management Board

Artur Tomaszewski - CEO and President of the Management Board

Artur Tomaszewski has been working in the banking sector already for over twenty years.
He has started his professional career in Invest Bank, later on he joined Wielkopolski Bank Kredytowy and since 1993 – Raiffeisen Bank Polska, first as the head of the Wielkopolska Region, later the head of Western Poland Macroregion and finally as the head of Corporate Banking area.
In 2004 Mr Tomaszewski has joined DNB Bank Polska as the board member supervising the Corporate Banking and Treasury area. President and CEO of DNB Bank Polska since April 2012. Member of the supervisory councils of DNB Bank Polska’s subsidiary companies (DNB Leasing Sp. z o.o., DNB Financial Services Sp. z o.o.).
Mr Tomaszewski graduated from IT Faculty at Poznań University of Technology. Has successfully completed the Master of Business Administration program at the Nottingham Trent University and AMP program at the University of Navarra, Barcelona, Spain. 

 
 

Olof Seidel - Member of the Management Board

Olof Seidel has been working in the Management Board of DNB Bank Polska S.A. since September 2009. As the CFO he is responsible for Finance, Treasury, IT & Project Management and Operations. During 2012-2013 he has been leading the restructuring of the bank from a universal bank to a corporate bank within the overall structure of Large Corporates and International business in DNB Bank ASA, Oslo as sole shareholder of the Polish subsidiary. Olof Seidel has previously been working within Corporate Development in the Group which also included M&A activities and product development functions. Olof Seidel is an economist with studies in Germany and Sweden and he holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the University in Hanover.

 
Krzysztof Miłachowski - Member of the Management Board

Krzysztof Miłachowski has started his professional career in the banking sector eighteen years ago in German capital holdings. He has been working with DNB Bank Polska already for ten years and held key managerial positions in the credit risk area. From 2007 until late 2013 Krzysztof Miłachowski has managed the Corporate Client Credit Risk Department. During the whole of his professional career in DNB Bank Polska Krzysztof Miłachowski has successfully implemented a number of risk-related projects of strategic importance for both the bank, as well as DNB Group.


Marcin Prusak -
Member of the Management Board

Marcin Prusak has over 15-years of experience in the banking sector. Marcin started his professional career in Raiffeisen Bank Polska where he successfully executed structured finance transactions for clients from various industry sectors. In 2006 Marcin joined DNB Group. In DNB Bank Polska he was responsible mostly for the large corporate clients, as well as structured finance and project finance deals. During the implementation of comprehensive restructuring of the bank, Marcin had substantially contributed to the development of a new strategy based on the sector-focused specialization and in-depth integration with the DNB Group, and implemented this strategy in the corporate banking area in Poland.
Since 2013, as the Head of the Sector Desks Division, Marcin has been responsible for the development of business relations with large corporate clients and coordinated the activities of sector teams: TMT (telecoms, media, technology), Energy, Manufacturing and Foods, Retail and Services and Public Sector.
Marcin Prusak graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics.
 

Supervisory Council

Composition of the Supervisory Council of DNB Bank Polska SA

 

 

  • Vidar Andersen - Supervisory Board President
  • Anders Lægreid - Supervisory Board Vice President
  • Peter Henry Carlsson – Supervisory Board Member
  • Tony Samuelsen - Supervisory Board Member
  • Leif René Hansen - Supervisory Board Member
  • Eldbjørg Sture - Supervisory Board Member
  • Eline Skramstad - Supervisory Board Member
  • Jan Nosowski - Supervisory Board Member
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