On Monday, June 7, Zbigniew Jagiełło left the position of Bank President PKO BP. The decision was announced on May 11, but officially entered into force after the bank’s general meeting of shareholders, which took place on June 7. Gagio’s farewell to the bank is final, and she will not perform any functions in the management bodies of the institution.
Laurel for president. Farewell Zbigniew Jagiełło, President of PKO BP, with applause
A video was posted on Twitter showing the moment the official said goodbye to employees. You can see several hundred people applauding the outgoing president.
– I do not know what to say. Thank you very much all of you. See you in life – said the outgoing head of the State Bank in a short speech.
Many PKO BP employees had the right to feel a connection to President Jagiełło. He was appointed to the post in 2009. His term was extended several times, and he was not affected by the changes in positions made in state-owned enterprises after the change of power.
PKO BP Jagiełło’s resignation was reported in early May in a stock exchange announcement. Jagie himself did not explain the reasons for his resignation. He can stay in the position for another two years as he was re-elected in May 2020. However, it is unofficially said that his decision was forced as a result of the games in the power camp.
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According to reports, the new head of PKO Bank Polski will be Jan Emeryk Rościszewski, the bank’s current vice president in charge of the retail market. He is considered a friend of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, who is also supposed to be a supporter of President Jaroslaw Kaczynski. We wrote more about this in the following text:
PKO BP is the largest Polish bank. It was established in 1919 and is owned by the state treasury. It has about 11 million customers. It employs more than 23,000. people.
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