Jan Motz – President of the Management Board
Group’s co-founder and President of the Management Board of Capital Park SA since its inception. 1986–2001 – owner of Progressive Development Inc., a property development company active on the US market. 1988–1997 – co-owner of Real Management Inc. At the peak point, the construction companies owned by Jan Motz employed 1,500 staff work-ing on multiple simultaneous projects. 1997–2007 – founder and shareholder of Communication One Inc., a group that included Call Center Poland SA – the leader of the Polish call centre service market. In the 1990s, Jan Motz was a share-holder in a group of Polish companies owned by Euro RSCG, one of Europe’s leading marketing groups. A graduate of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW.
Marcin Juszczyk – Member of the Management Board
With the Capital Park Group for more than 15 years, Member of the Management Board of Capital Park SA since its incep-tion. 1995–1997 – consultant at the business consulting agency Agencja Doradztwa Gospodarczego AM Jesiołowscy, where he was responsible for privatisation projects and company valuations. 1997–2001 – consultancy project leader at Normax Sp. z o.o. (member of Hogart, an international business consulting group). 2001–2006 – Chief Financial Officer at Communication One Inc., a group that included Call Center Poland SA, with responsibility for mergers, acquisitions and joint venture transactions. From 2004 to 2005 – the Group’s CFO, since 2005 – the Group’s Chief Investment Officer, and since 2016 – both its CFO and CIO. A graduate of the Kraków University of Economics in IT and Econometrics. A member of ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), holding an FCCA professional title since 2010.
Kinga Nowakowska – Member of the Management Board, Operations Director
With Capital Park since 2007, serving as its Chief Operating Officer. Ms Nowakowska has been involved in the Group’s major projects, such as the Eurocentrum and Royal Wilanów office buildings. Since 2009, she has also been CEO of ArtN Sp. z o.o., a special purpose vehicle of the Capital Park Group established to carry out a prestigious mixed-use revitalisation project in the Former Norblin Factory in Warsaw. In 1995−1996, she was a sales coordinator of IBM networking products for Eastern Europe, working for French company Sodexi. For 11 years, beginning in 1997, Ms Nowakowska was Chief Executive Officer of Call Center Poland, which under her leadership became one of the largest multi-language customer service outsourcing hubs in Eastern Europe. In 2007, Call Center Poland SA, owned by the Communication One Group, was successfully sold. Kinga Nowakowska is a graduate of the Law School of Paris-Sorbonne University, where she majored in International Business Law.