The Management Board
Michał MelaniukPresident of the Management Board
Prior to joining Cordia Poland, part of the Futureal Group,
Melaniuk worked for Skanska Group for almost 4 years. As the
vice-president and then the president of Skanska Residential
Development Poland he was responsible for introducing the company
to the Polish market, its further development as well as the
coordination of the first residential projects. From 2007 to 2011
Melaniuk worked as the advertising director at GTC S.A., a company
which is one of the major developers in CEE and SEE regions. He
started his professional career in 1998 in the structures of the
Golub-Europe investment and development company, presently Avestus
Real Estate. He was the commercial director in the company until
Michał Melaniuk is a graduate of the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw.
Péter BódisMember of the Management Board
Mr. Péter Bodis has spent over 20 years in the investment fund management industry. He worked in most of his career at Unicredit’s investment management arm, Pioneer Investments and it’s preceding companies under Bank Austria. Between 2011 and 2018 he was Chief Investment Officer and Vice President of the Management Board at Pioneer Investments’ Polish unit in Warsaw. Prior to that, he spent 8 years in Pioneer Investments’ Vienna office, managing investment funds dedicated to Eastern Europe. He started his career in 1997 at Creditanstalt Securties’ asset management department in Budapest. Peter earned his master’s degree in Finance from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences in 1998, holds the Charted Financial Analyst title and speaks 5 languages (English, German, Polish, Russian, Hungarian).
Marcin GomołaMember of the Management Board
A graduate of the Faculty of Law
and Administration at the University of Warsaw.
Recently he has held the function of the Director of the Compliance Management Department (Compliance Officer) in T-Mobile Polska SA, where he has been responsible for the preparation and implementation of a risk monitoring system and detecting abuse in the of “Detection & Response” formula, and the certifications of Compliance Management System according to ISO 37001 and IDW 980 Ps obtained in 2018. He possesses the title of a Certified Compliance Manager International issued by Frankfurt am Main School of Finance and Management. Previously, he held the function of the General Counsel with Ernst & Young Polska and an advisor for financial market regulation. During 2006-2007 he was the vice president of the Polish Financial Supervision Authority. In 2004-2006 he was the Director for Legal Issues of ComputerLand SA. He possesses experience in conducting M&A transactions and in the scope of purchasing and selling real estate properties gained at GESSEL law firm. In 2008-2013, an adjudicator of the Arbitration Court with the Polish Financial Supervision Authority.
During his professional career he implemented activities related to ownership supervision, and was a member of supervisory boards and committees of financial institutions as well. The Chairman of Compliance Commission with AHK Polish and German Chamber of Industry and Commerce since 2014. Since 2008 connected with the Warsaw Stock Exchange in Warsaw as the Chairman of the Information Order Council, then consecutively as the Secretary and Chairman of the Compliance Committee with WSE. A co-author of anti-corruption standards accepted by the Warsaw Stock Exchange in Warsaw in October 2018.
The Supervisory Board
Tibor Földi - Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Tibor Földi is the CEO of Futureal Group responsible for residential real estate development. He started at the Futureal Group in 2000 as the director of the residential property department, and then became the CEO of the residential development part of the Futureal Group. He participated in the preparation and development of all the Cordia Group’s projects, building up the entire structure and brand of Cordia in cooperation with its owners. Cordia has participated in the development of over 3,000+ flats, while 4,000+ units are currently in the sale and construction phase and a further 5,000+ residential units are in the preparation phase. During his management, the Cordia Group became the number one residential real estate developer in Hungary and expanded to three other countries. Before joining the Futureal Group, he held the position of the finance director at a smaller property development company. Tibor Földi completed his studies at the Budapest University of Economics, Economics department, financial studies.
Born in 1974, Grzegorz Janas is a graduate of the Maria Curie Skłodowska University in Lublin. He started his professional career in BK-Daewoo Leasing in Lublin and was subsequently associated with CTL-Laserinstruments in Warsaw. He was first employed as a court referendary in the District Court in Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki, and, then, in the District Court in Warsaw after completing a referendary apprenticeship. In the course of his judicial work, he was delegated to the Ministry of the Treasury to the position of a minister’s counsellor as the head of the Team for the Matters of Controlling Privatisation Processes. After finishing work in the state administration, he was connected with the PGE Group and the Military TBS (Social Housing Association) Kwatera. Since May 2016, he has been connected with the PZU Group, in which he has fulfilled the function of the director of the Office for Investment Analyses and the Board President of the PZU Operations Centre. Mr Janas is member of numerous social organisations moreover, he has also participated in the legislative work connected with changes concerning access to “legal professions,” the Receiver’s Licence Act, changes connected with court enforcement, performing the profession of a court enforcement officer, and the regulations of the civil code and the code of civil procedure. As a lawyer, he specialises in corporate law, commercial law and legal aspects connected with trading in real estate properties. He is the author of publications connected with the companies law, the Registered Pledge and Register of Pledges Act, and the Freedom of Business Activity Act.
Since December 2017 he is a board member and financial director of the Hungarian developer Cordia. He is co-responsible for the company’s development in new markets. Łapiński is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics where he earned his degree in Finance and Banking. In the years 2000-2008, he worked at UniCredit CAIB Poland – an investment bank belonging to the UniCredit Group. In the years 2008 – 2017 he was the financial director of the Ronson Group. In April 2017, Tomasz Łapiński took over the duties of CEO of Ronson Europe.
Karol Pilniewicz is responsible for the development of the
public company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) -
Cromwell Property Group and manages the team working in Central and
Eastern Europe. Cromwell Property Group has been investigating
mainly in commercial projects (shopping malls, office buildings and
logistics) in the CEE region since 2005.
In 2013, after the acquisition of GE Capital Real Estate Poland by Cromwell Property Group, Mr. Karol Pilniewicz manages the Polish Retail Fund and Central European Industrial Fund. Before joining Cromwell Property Group, he was the manager of the Polish Retail Fund (PRF) at GE Capital Real Estate, the board member of the development company listed on the stock exchange - Ronson Development B.V., the senior manager at Aareal Bank AG and the investment manager at ING RE Investment Management. He is the member of RICS and CCIM.
Piotr Woźniak has a university-level education – he graduated from the University of Gdańsk (the Faculty of Banking and Finance). Piotr Woźniak has almost 25 years of professional experience in working on the financial markets, having occupied positions in the area of investment banking and managerial and advisory positions in private and public companies and corporations. His strongest professional asset is his thorough knowledge of financial analysis, which is essential for the purpose of financial controlling, valuations, the development of new undertakings, mergers and acquisitions, and divestments. He gained his experience on the Polish capital and banking markets and on the international private equity market. His expertise is enhanced by long-term experience in handling a wide range of investor relations activity for listed companies. He is enterprising and quick to accept challenges. He has a solid track record of implementing changes and innovations and perfecting existing business processes, and is driven to achieve set goals. He has a unique ability to combine the development of business strategies with strategies for building investor relations, including the raising of the relevant types of capital. Piotr Woźniak began his professional career in 1994 at the brokerage house of Bank Gdański SA. Later, he worked in firms operating on the capital market (such as Wood&Co., TFI Pioneer, DM Millennium and CDM Pekao S.A.) and in Bank Pekao SA (the Controlling Department). From 2002 to 2004, he worked as a financial controller in the US private equity fund Magnum Group Investment Holding, which makes investments in the oil and gas extraction and processing sector. From 2007 to 2011, Piotr Woźniak worked for the CC Group as an IR Manager and provided advice on investor relation strategies. In the years 2011 to 2012, he was vice-president of the management board and CFO at IndygoTech Minerals S.A. Then, from 2012 to 2013, he served as president of the management board of Baltic Ceramics S.A., as well as president of the management board of Baltic Ceramics Investments S.A., where he secured a bid from a strategic investor to purchase shares in the company. From 2014 to 2018, he served as an advisor to the management board of Colian Holding S.A., where he advised on planning the group’s budget and analysing its implementation, investor relation issues and in connection with the delisting of the company’s shares. He has served on the supervisory boards of the following public companies: Kredyt-Inkaso (2016), Qumak S.A. w likwidacji (2015-2019), Krynicki Recykling S.A. (2016-2019), Libet S.A. (2017-2018) and Artifex Mundi S.A. (2017-2019). He is currently a member of the supervisory boards of the following public companies: Polnord S.A. (since 2017) and Lentex S.A. (since 2019). He operates as a sole proprietorship under the name “Piotr Woźniak Management”, and runs the Warsaw-based limited liability company ZENIT Management sp. z o.o. and is the president of its management board. He is the CFO of the Gdynia-based joint-stock company Forever-Entertainment S.A. He is a founder and management board member of the Association of Independent Supervisory Board Members.
The Audit Committee
Piotr Woźniak - Chairman of the Committee