The Management Board of Budimex S.A. informs that the Supervisory Board of Budimex S.A. has appointed Ms Anna Karyś-Sosińska, Mr Cezary Łysenko and Mr Maciej Olek to the Management Board of Budimex S.A. with effect from 1 January 2023.

Ms Anna Karyś-Sosińska is a graduate of the Krakow University of Economics. She began her experience in the HR field by working at the Krakow Institute of Technology, where between 2000 and 2002 she was responsible for executive search processes for senior and top management, in her capacity as Consultant.  She has been associated with the Budimex Group since 2002. From 2002 to 2005, she was responsible for staff training and development. From 2005 to 2007, she was a Human Resources Coordinator for Building Construction. From 2007 to 2015, she was responsible for Infrastructure Construction in her capacity as HR Manager. From 2016 to 2019, she held the position of HR Director for Infrastructure and Railway Construction. From 2020 to 2021, she served as an HR Director for the area of Budimex Head Office and Budimex Nieruchomości. In each of the areas entrusted to her, she was responsible for the development of HR processes and implementation of personnel policies in line with the company’s strategy. As part of her function, she was responsible for supporting managers in organisational change processes, increasing their business effectiveness, as well as building and developing subordinate teams. At the beginning of 2022, she took up the role of Director of the Human Resources Division at Budimex SA. Along with the development of the Budimex Group, she has been responsible for building the HR strategy and processes in all companies of the Budimex Group operating in the Polish market, as well as newly established Group companies operating in the foreign market.

In accordance with her representation, Ms Anna Karyś-Sosińska does not conduct any business activity that is competitive to the business of Budimex S.A., does not own interest in a competitive company as a partner in a civil partnership, a partnership or a capital company, and she does not own interest in a competitive legal person as a member of its governing body, and she is neither entered in the Register of Insolvent Debtors kept under the Act on the National Court, nor subject to the restrictions provided for in the Act of 21 August 1997 on restrictions on conduct of business activities by persons performing public functions.

Mr Cezary Łysenko completed his Master’s degree in civil engineering in 1996 at the Bialystok University of Technology. After graduation, he started working at a contracting company based in Łomża. His professional experience includes a period of more two years of work at the Provincial Office and at the Town Hall, where he was responsible for traffic engineering and road management. In 1999, he joined a team of consultants overseeing the implementation of contracts relating to national and provincial roads. He obtained his unlimited construction licence in 2002, which, following the time spent working as a billing inspector, enabled him to perform the duties of a constriction works supervisor. Since the beginning of 2006, he has been employed at Budimex S.A. as a head of the technical department, where he was responsible for handling a contract for the construction of access roads to a bridge in Płock; after a few months, he took over the duties of the contract manager. In 2012, he was appointed regional director responsible for business in the Podlaskie and Lubelskie provinces. In 2019, he took up the function of director of the northern branch, and nearly a year later he took over responsibility for all infrastructure construction projects at Budimex S.A. in the Polish and foreign markets.  Over the course of his career, he has completed several management courses, obtaining diplomas and certificates from renowned institutes and universities, including diplomas acknowledging the completion of: Management Programme 2009 at ICAN Institute/Harvard Business Publisher in Warsaw, International Management Development Programme 2013 and Leadership Programme 2016 at Universitas Summa in Madrid. In 2021, he completed the prestigious Advanced Management Programme at IESE Business School in Barcelona.

In accordance with his representation, Mr Cezary Łysenko does not conduct any business activity that is competitive to the business of Budimex S.A., does not own interest in a competitive company as a partner in a civil partnership, a partnership or a capital company, and he does not own interest in a competitive legal person as a member of its governing body, and he is neither entered in the Register of Insolvent Debtors kept under the Act on the National Court, nor subject to the restrictions provided for in the Act of 21 August 1997 on restrictions on conduct of business activities by persons performing public functions.

Mr Maciej Olek is a graduate of the Faculty of Construction at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology. He holds a project management certificate from PMI and George Washington University. He has been involved in the construction industry for more than 20 years and participated in major construction projects, also outside Poland. From 2001 to 2007, he worked for NCC Poland on the construction of A2 motorway and on the implementation of the Citytunnel project in Malmo (Sweden), where he was a deputy project manager. Between 2008 and 2009, he worked on the construction of S3 express road. He has been associated with Budimex S.A. since 2010, first as a site manager, then as a contract manager and contract director. Since autumn 2014, he has been responsible for building Budimex S.A.’s competence in the field of railway construction, first as a Regional Director, then as a Branch Director and, since May 2020, as a Director of Railway Construction

In accordance with his representation, Mr Maciej Olek does not conduct any business activity that is competitive to the business of Budimex S.A., does not own interest in a competitive company as a partner in a civil partnership, a partnership or a capital company, and he does not own interest in a competitive legal person as a member of its governing body, and he is neither entered in the Register of Insolvent Debtors kept under the Act on the National Court, nor subject to the restrictions provided for in the Act of 21 August 1997 on restrictions on conduct of business activities by persons performing public functions.