Board of Directors
CEO & Chairman of the Board
He has been the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Asseco Central Europe in Slovakia since 2002, and also the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Asseco Central Europe in the Czech Republic since 2009. At the same time, he holds the position of CEO in both companies. Jozef Klein also acts as a Chairman of the Supervisory Board in Asseco Solutions (SK), Asseco Solutions (CZ), Asseco Solutions AG (DE), DanubePay (SK), eDocu (SK), GlobeNet (HU), Statlogics (HU), Asseco Hungary (HU), InterWay (SK) and exe (SK). Since October 2009, he has also held an important position of CEO at the whole European group level of the Asseco Group. He won the IT Personality of 2010 award granted by an informal association within the ICT community and also is EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 in Slovak republic.
CFO & Member of the Board
Vice-President of the Management Board
As the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), he is responsible for the Finance Division of Asseco Poland
and the Finance Division of the Asseco Group.
He graduated from the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Organization and Management, where he received his Master's degree in 1998. He completed a project management course organized by PMI in 2004 and a course on International Accounting Standards organized by Ernst&YoungAcademy of Business in 2005-2006.
In 1996-1998 he held the position of the Finance Director at Delta Software. In 1998-2003 he held
the position of the Senior Manager at Veraudyt. In the years 2004-2006 he held the position of the Director of the Treasury Division in Softbank S.A. and was delegated to the subsidiary Sawan, where he held the position of the Vice-President responsible for finance. From 2007 to June 2009 he was the Director of Controlling and Investment Division of Asseco Poland.
From 2008 to 2012, he was the Vice-President of Asseco SouthEastern Europe, responsible
for the company's finances. He was directly involved in the acquisition of the companies constituting
the Asseco SouthEastern Europe holding and in the process of introducing the holding to the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
At present he is the Vice-President of the Management Board of Asseco Poland, and as the Chief Financial Officer of the Asseco Group, he supervises the finances of the Group companies. He was the President of the Management Board of UNIZETO Technologies and the Member of the Management Board of Infovide-Matrix. He is the Vice-President of the Management Board of Asseco Western Europe, the Member of the Board of Directors of R-Style Softlab and Formula Systems, the Member
of the Management Board of Asseco International and the Member of the Supervisory Board
of DahliaMatic and Park Wodny Sopot, Aquapark Sopot, Asseco Enterprise Solutions and GSTN Consulting.
Member of the Board
A graduate of the Rzeszów University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, where in 1994 he received a master's degree in engineering. In 1995 he joined COMP, and from 1995 he worked for Asseco Poland (former COMP Rzeszów), where he progressed from the position
of the Marketing Specialist, the Director of the Sales and Marketing Department, to the position
of the Member of the Management Board in the years 2004-2007.
Since January 2007 he has held the position of the Vice-President of the Management Board of Asseco Poland. He holds managerial positions in the companies of the Asseco Group, he is: the Chairman
of the Board of Directors of Formula Systems Ltd. and Asseco Danmark, the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Nextbank Software, the Member of the Supervisory Board of Sintagma and Asseco Lietuva, Peak Consulting Group A/S; Asseco Central Europe, Asseco Innovation Fund, SKG, ComCert. He is also the President of the Management Board of GSTN Consulting and the Member of the Management Board of Asseco International.
Member of the Board
In 1997-1998 he was the Vice President of the Bank Współpracy Europejskiej Board of Directors. Between 1999 and 2001 he was the Deputy Director General for Economy and Finances in PPUP Poczta Polska, where he was responsible among other things for supervising the Head Settlement Center and Bank Pocztowy. From January 2002 until January 2003 he was a Director in a consultancy company Concordia Sp. z o.o. From 2004 until a merger with Asseco Poland S.A. he was a member of the Board of Directors in Softbank S.A. He was also a member of Supervisory Boards of, among others: Impexmetal S.A., Bank Pocztowy S.A., PTE Pocztylion and Zachodni Fundusz Inwestycyjny NFI S.A. A member of the Supervisory Board in Asseco South Eastern Europe and Asseco Central Europe.
At present he is a Memebr of the Board in Asseco International.
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
The founder and the President of the Management Board of Asseco Poland. Since 1991 he has been developing COMP Rzeszów, which, after a debut at the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), as Asseco Poland, became a leader of the development of the Asseco Group on the international markets.
A graduate of the Academy of Economics in Cracow (major in economic cybernetics and IT); he is a PhD
in economy. In 1979-1990 he worked in a branch of the Maria Skłodowska-Curie University in Rzeszów;
at the beginning he was an assistant and when he ended cooperation with this university he already had
a position of a lecturer. In 1991-1993 he was engaged in the Polish-American Project of Creating Entrepreneurship Institutes in Poland.
In 1999-2006 he was the Chairman or Member of the Supervisory Boards in ABAS, COMP Soft, Softlab, Softlab Trade, WA-PRO, Asseco Romania, Vistula & Wólczanka, ABG (previously DRQ) and Asseco Systems.
Currently, he is the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Asseco International, Asseco Central Europe, Asseco South Eastern Europe, Asseco Western Europe, Asseco Data Systems, Asseco Enterprise Solutions and the Gdynia Basketball Club ARKA, as well as the Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board in Asseco Business Solutions. Member of the Supervisory Board of the Podkarpacki Business Club.
Adam Góral is a co-founder of the International School of Banking and Finances in Sandomierz
and the Honorary Consul of the Slovak Republic.
Member of the Supervisory Board
He has a long-term experience both in software engineering and in managing international IT concerns. In 1978-1993 he worked for the Digital Equipment Corporation, he managed projects among others in Munich, Vienna and Paris. He also was a scientific worker in NixdorfComputer AG. From 1989 he supervised the creation of Digital Equipment Corporation branch offices in Hungary, Czechoslvakia and in Poland. In 1992-1993, he managed Digital Equipment Corporation Polska Sp. z o.o. From 1993 until 1998, he managed Oracle Polska Sp. z o.o.
In 1998-2008, he was a member of Supervisory Boards and was a manager in the following companies: Prokom Software S.A., Prokom Internet S.A., Postdata S.A., Ready Sp. z o.o., Warmia Lice Sp. z o.o., Bank Pocztowy S.A., PVT a.s. and Softlab. He is also a member of Supervisory Boards in companies of the Asseco Group: Asseco DACH, Asseco SEE, ADH-Soft, Asseco Germany AG, and matrix42 AG. He is a partner in Allterpower Sp. z o.o., Ogicom Sp. z o.o., DECsoft S.A., Inotel S.A., Bioalter Sp. z o.o. and Vercom Sp. z o.o.
A member of branch organizations: the American Chamber of Commerce, the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications and the Polish Confederation of Private Employers.
At present, he is the Chairman of the Supervisory Board in Asseco Poland S.A.
Member of the Supervisory Board
From 1993 to 1994, he worked for the Ministry of Privatization, successively at the positions of Project Manager and Privatization Team Manager.
In the years 1994-2011, he worked for Enterprise Investors (EI), successively at the positions of: Analyst, Investments Director, Vice President, and Partner. In 2001, he served as President of the Management Board of Energoaparatura S.A., being delegated to this position as part of his work for EI in order to implement a restructuring program at that company.
Acting as EI’s Partner from 2006 to 2011, he was responsible for monitoring, conducting company IPOs on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, sale of significant company shareholdings from EI’s portfolio thorough a public offering or private placement, and also served as member of the supervisory boards at the following companies: Polfa Kutno, Energoaparatura, Elektrobudowa, Wizów, Sfinks, CSS, Bauma, Comp Rzeszów, Comp Rzeszów (presently Asseco Poland), Agros Nova, Teta, Opoczno, AB, Siveco (Romania), STD Donivo (Slovakia), and AVG Technologies (Netherlands).
At present he runs a private business and is engaged in financial consulting.
Piotr Augustyniak meets the independence criteria set out in Annex II to the Recommendation of the European Commission on the role of non-executive directors or members of supervisory boards of listed companies and committees of the board and in the principles of Best Practice for GPW Listed Companies 2016.