PACC to Host a Special Meeting with NBP President Skrzypek


A graduate of the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice, Master of Economic Sciences from the Warsaw School of Economics, Mr. Skrzypek also holds a MBA under an extended curriculum in finance from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, and a degree in Business Management from Georgetown University. He completed post-diploma studies at Cracow University of Economics in the field of assets and liabilities management in the Polish banking system, and the University of Silesia in Katowice at the Faculty of Law and Administration. He pursued an internship program at the U.S. Congress in Washington, DC, concentrating on legislative work in the area of banking and finance, and the Polish Mission with the United Nations in New York City.


In the years 1993-1997, he worked in the Supreme Chamber of Control, where he was responsible for the financial control of central and local government structures and the banking sector. Mr Skrzypek has experience in various areas of the financial sector, including as a member of a group of advisors at PZU Zycie S.A., a Polish insurance company; Chairman of the Supervisory Board of PTE EPOKA SA, a universal pension society; the Deputy President of the Management Board of the National Fund of Environmental Protection and Water Management in Warsaw;  Member of the Supervisory Board of the Brokerage House of BOŚ SA Bank; member of the Management Board of Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski National Investment Fund; member of the Management Board of the Polish Railways Company PKP SA; acting President of the Management Board of PKO BP SA; Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Bank Pocztowy SA; Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Polish Television (TVP SA); and as a financial consultant.


In the years 2002-2005, he was Deputy Mayor of the Capital City of Warsaw, responsible for the financial policy, investment projects and corporate governance. 


On 10 January 2007, the Sejm of the Republic of Poland appointed Sławomir Skrzypek President of the National Bank of Poland.

„Some of us previously met Mr. Skrzypek when he visited Chicago, so this will be an excellent opportunity for us to reconnect with him. We also look forward to hearing from him and from other members of the delegation about the impact of the macroeconomic volatility we’re experiencing on the process of bringing Poland into the ERM II system,” said Henry Kazmierczak, PACC president. 


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