Marian Majcher - Bank Pekao S.A.

Member of the Supervisory Board of Bank Pekao S.A.

Independent Member of the Supervisory Board

He is a graduate of the University of Silesia in Katowice, Faculty of Social Sciences; he also completed post-graduate studies in Business Management at Organisation and Management Institution in Warsaw.

Mr Marian Majcher started his professional career as an academic employee at the University of Silesia in Katowice. Between 1990-1999 he devoted himself to the construction of free media in Poland as a co-owner of such press releases as "Słowo" in Chorzów and "Wolne Słowo" in Katowice.

He has started his professional career in the industry in 1999 being constantly connected with CTL Maczki-Bór Group and its extensive operations in Upper Silesian Industrial District. In the previous years he held the positions of Managing Director and Vice-President of CTL Maczki-Bór. During this period he played a key role in the privatization of the company (previous Sand Mine Maczki-Bór) and incorporated it to the CTL Logistics Group - one of the largest in Europe independent and privately owned rail carrier. Since May 2000 Mr Majcher has been the President of the Management Board of CTL Maczki-Bór S.A. which under His management received the title of "Gazela Biznesu" awarded by "Puls Biznesu" for its development and growth as well as in 2012 the company received the title of "Firma Dobrze Widziana" awarded by Business Centre Club for the highest achievements in the area of corporate social responsibility. In April 2013 Mr Marian Majcher was the winner of "Sukces na Śląsku. Ludzie i Firmy" competition in the category of Manager in Śląsk 2012 for the managerial achievements awarded by Silesian Managers' Association in Katowice. However, personally he mostly appreciates the highest award granted to him by the Polish President "The Order of Polonia Restituta" for shaping free media in the eighties of the last century.

Along with being the President of the Management Board of CTL Maczki-Bór S.A., Mr Marian Majcher has also held (since 2003) the function of the President of CTL Haldex S.A., a company dealing with technological recovery of hard coal from waste rock. It is also one of the largest realized and pro-ecological development projects of CTL Group Maczki-Bór in cooperation with Haldex S.A.

In his hitherto professional career Mr Marian Majcher has also played an important role in the shareholder supervision of the companies of CTL Group as well as other non-related companies. Among the largest companies in which he held functions in the Supervisory Board there were: Regional Development Agency in Żory (Vice Chairman of SB), Voivodeship Heat Supply Company in Legnica (Member of SB), Sand Mine Maczki-Bór Spółka z o.o. (Chairman of SB) as well as Centralny Ośrodek Informatyki Górnictwa S.A. in Katowice (Member of SB), EIB  S.A. in Toruń, which is an insurance broker and insurance and risk management expert, MB EKO S.A. in Sosnowiec (Member of SB) dealing with professional land reclamation and industrial waste recovery, Metanel S.A. in Warsaw, operating in the mining and methane recovery, Tauron Czech Energy s.r.o. in Ostrawa, one of the largest commercial power companies in the region as well as Centrala Zaopatrzenia Hutnictwa S.A. in Katowice, a multi-branch company within supply of industrial raw materials, logistics, warehousing and cargo handling.

Excellent knowledge of production and logistics processes of CTL Maczki-Bór S.A. as well as an extensive knowledge of the correlation of company's activity in the coal mining industry, the commercial power and railway logistics is a key asset of Mr Marian Majcher. The most significant element in management for Mr Majcher is both improvement of the efficiency of cooperation with the mining industry and the development of the company's business, based on the recovery of industrial products from the commercial power branch.

Mr Marian Majcher is interested in history and literature. He devotes his free time to combining the passion of exploring historical knowledge and admiring architecture.


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