The Supervisory Board of Prime Minerals S.A. consists of five members and includes the following persons:
- Mr. Paweł Jarski – Chairman of the Supervisory Board
- Mrs. Agata Jarska – Vice-Chairperson of the Supervisory Board
- Mr. Jarosław Michalik – Member of the Supervisory Board
- Mr. Marek Piosik – Member of the Supervisory Board
- Mr. Krzysztof Majcher – Member of the Supervisory Board
Paweł Jarski – Supervisory Board Chairperson
Paweł Jarski graduated from Kozminski University, his speciality being IT in Management and Human Resource Management. He is also a scholarship holder of Helsinki School of Economics (Finland) and Jonkoping Business School (Switzerland) where he studied business management related fields.
Between 2001 and 2003, Mr. Paweł Jarski conducted his business activity consisting in providing IT services to companies and simultaneously worked as a project manager in several companies with foreign capital.
Between 2004 and 2010, as a co-owner and the Management Board President, he managed SYNERGIS Sp. z o.o. company, which in its third year of operations in Poland became the leader in the waste electrical and electronic equipment collection and treatment market and a major company in the non-ferrous metals trading and recycling market. Moreover, between 2008 and 2010, as the management board president, he managed SYNERGIS Electrorecycling SA and Electro-System SA, until the companies were sold to a sector investor. In 2010, after selling SYNERGIS Sp. z o.o. to another sector investor, Mr. Jarski performed a function of a Managing Director at Tesla Recycling SA, whose core business was recycling and management of rare metals. He worked at Tesla Recycling SA until March 2011, when he took up the post of the Management Board President at Elemental Holding SA. Elemental Holding SA is now the owner of Tesla Recycling SA.
In the fourth quarter of 2011, as the Management Board President of Elemental Holding SA, he took over SYNTOM SA with its seat in Tomaszów Mazowiecki, thus creating one of the biggest entities dealing with trade and recycling of non-ferrous metals in Poland. In 2012, he successfully introduced Elemental Holding Company on the New Connect market, and in 2013 the company’s quotations were transferred to the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The funds raised from the issue financed the acquisition of Terra Recycling SA – the leader in the processing of waste electrical and electronic equipment on the Polish market.
In 2014 – 2016, as the President of Elemental Holding S.A. Management Board, he completed acquisitions of the following companies
- foreign ones:
- EMP Lithuania (51%),
- Metal Holding Slovakia (67%),
- Evciler Turkey (51%),
- Kat Metal Finland (51%)
- All Waste Trading UK (51%)
and Polish ones – PGMG (51%), changing Elemental Holding S.A. into one of the leading entities on the metal and electronics recycling market in Europe.
In 2015, he became a laureate of Parkiet magazine award for ten best young managers of companies listed at the Stock Exchange (Młode Wilki Giełdy). In 2015 edition of WIG80-group company presidents’ ranking of Business Harvard Review, he won 7th place.
Paweł Jarski is a Supervisory Board member of UAB EMP Recycling.
On 17 December 2016, he was elected President of the Polish Triathlon Federation. On 7 February he was elected Member of the Polish Olympis Committee Executive Board – from the list of Polish Olympic Sport Federations.
Agata Jarska – Vice-Chairperson of the Supervisory Board
Agata Jarska is a graduate from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw. She is a doctor of juridical science.
Since 2004, she has been a sole proprietor. Between 2004 and 2010, as a partner in Synergis Sp. z o.o., a company dealing with waste management, she specialized in issues related to environmental protection, in particular waste management. With time, she has become more interested in issues related with pharmaceutical law. Between 2009 and 2010, she provided legal services to companies from Juventa group (a pharmacy network).
Between 2007 and 2010, she was the Supervisory Board Chairperson at Synergis Electrorecycling S.A., and from 2009 and 2010 also the Supervisory Board Chairperson at Electro-System Organizacja Odzysku Sprzętu Elektrycznego i Elektronicznego S.A., which are companies specializing in waste electrical and electronic equipment management.
Since the beginning of her professional career, Agata Jarska has been dealing with supervision over companies’ administrative operations, focusing in particular on issues related to corporate law and environmental protection.
Jarosław Michalik – Member of the Supervisory Board
Jarosław Michalik graduated from the Academy of Economics in Kraków (now, Cracow University of Economics), where he received his degree majoring in Corporate Finance. Moreover, in 2006 he finished doctoral studies at the Faculty of Finance of the same school.
He began his professional career in 2000 at the audit and business advisory department at Arthur Andersen company, where he provided services to banking sector entities and dealt with investment funds. In 2002, he began working at Grupa Softbank S.A. as a Finance Controller. In 2006, he took up the post of Controlling and Ownership Supervision Department Manager at SPIN S.A. Group, where he was responsible for ownership supervision and capital investments. Then, in 2008, he became the head of the finance department at LitPol Link, a company responsible for the project and construction of a power bridge between Poland and Lithuania.
From February 2009 to October 2011, he was a Management Board Vice-President at Narodowy Fundusz Inwestycyjny Magna Polonia S.A., simultaneously performing the function of a Management Board Vice-President at Techgen Sp. z o.o. (2010). Since November 2011, he has been a Management Board Member at Elemental Holding S.A. and he is Tesla Recycling S.A.’s proxy.
Mr. Jarosław Michalik has been a member of Supervisory Boards at the following companies:
- Telepin S.A.
- Mediatel S.A.
- Syntom S.A.
- Point Pack S.A.
Jarosław Michalik specializes in corporate finance management and investment project implementation. As a consultant, he managed many projects related to finance and tax law for leading Polish and international enterprises.
For the entire period of his professional work, Mr. Michalik has been connected with the capital market, where he has successfully managed IPO processes and the processes of raising capital by companies listed on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange and companies from the New Connect market. His project portfolio also includes projects connected with corporate bond issue.
Marek Piosik – Member of the Supervisory Board
Mr. Marek Piosik is a graduate of the Poznań University of Technology at the Faculty of Machines and Transport (2003-2008) and the Poznań University of Economics at the Faculty of Economics (2004-2010). He also completed postgraduate studies of Mechanisms of the Euro Area (2011) at the Poznań University of Economics at the Faculty of Economics (2011) and numerous training courses on management and negotiation.
His professional career was linked with the IT industry, logistics and e-business. He gained his foreign experience in logistics at BMW AG and Gate Gourmet GmbH. As a consultant he implemented the ERP system Microsoft Dynamics – InCaDeA in the automotive industry company It.Integro Sp. z o.o. which is a Microsoft Gold Partner. In 2009 he joined the Eurocash Group where as project manager he implemented many projects in various group companies within logistics, IT (SAP) and CRM. Since 2011 he is an investor and also the President of the Management Board of PointPack.pl S.A. which specializes in designing process innovations that integrate Internet, courier service and trade industry partners operating in cooperation sectors. As a postal operator the company also implements a new and additional service for national trade networks. Mr. Marek Piosik is a member of the Grawiton S.A. Supervisory Board since 2013.
Krzysztof Majcher – Member of the Supervisory Board
A graduate of the Technical University in Radom in the faculty of transportation and from the beginning of his career associated with PKP Energetyka Zakład Mazowiecki. In a managerial position since 2000. He is responsible for the oversight and rebuilding of railway traction lines, rebuilding of high-voltage lines and replacement of tram constructions in Warsaw.
At present, there are no other links between the members of the Supervisory Board and the Shareholder of shares representing not less than 5% of the total number of votes at the Company’s General Meeting other than those mentioned above.