Tibor Földi is the CEO of Futureal Group responsible for residential real estate development. He started at the Futureal Group in 2000 as the director of the residential property department, and then became the CEO of the residential development part of the Futureal Group. He participated in the preparation and development of all the Cordia Group’s projects, building up the entire structure and brand of Cordia in cooperation with its owners. Cordia has participated in the development of over 3,000+ flats, while 4,000+ units are currently in the sale and construction phase and a further 5,000+ residential units are in the preparation phase. During his management, the Cordia Group became the number one residential real estate developer in Hungary and expanded to three other countries. Before joining the Futureal Group, he held the position of the finance director at a smaller property development company. Tibor Földi completed his studies at the Budapest University of Economics, Economics department, financial studies.
Born in 1974, a graduate of
the Maria Curie Skłodowska University in Lublin. He started his
professional career in BK-Daewoo Leasing in Lublin; and he was
connected with CTL-Laserinstruments in Warsaw after that. He was
employed on the position of a court referendary in the
District Court in Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki first, and, then, in
the District Court in Warsaw after completing a referendary
apprenticeship. In the course of judicial work, he was delegated to
the Ministry of Treasury to the position of a minister’s
counsellor, the head of the Team for the Matters of Controlling
Privatization Processes. Connected with the PGE Group and the
Military TBS [Social Housing Association] Kwatera after finishing
work in the state administration. Beginning with May 2016, he has
been connected with the PZU Group in which he has fulfilled the
function of the Director of the Office for Investment Analyses and
the Board President of PZU Operations Centre.
A member of numerous social organizations, a participant of legislative work connected with the changes concerning the access to “legal professions,” the Receiver’s License Act, changes connected with court execution, and performing the profession of a court enforcement officer, and the regulations of the civil code and the code of civil procedure.As a lawyer, he specializes in the corporate law, the commercial law, and the law connected with the trade in real estate properties. The author of publications connected with the law of companies, the Registered Pledge and Register of Pledges Act, and the Business Activity Freedom Act.
Since December 2017 he is a board member and financial director of the Hungarian developer Cordia. He is co-responsible for the company’s development in new markets. Łapiński is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics where he earned his degree in Finance and Banking. In the years 2000-2008, he worked at UniCredit CAIB Poland – an investment bank belonging to the UniCredit Group. In the years 2008 – 2017 he was the financial director of the Ronson Group. In April 2017, Tomasz Łapiński took over the duties of CEO of Ronson Europe.
Karol Pilniewicz is responsible for the development of the public company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) - Cromwell Property Group and manages the team working in Central and Eastern Europe. Cromwell Property Group has been investigating mainly in commercial projects (shopping malls, office buildings and logistics) in the CEE region since 2005.
In 2013, after the acquisition of GE Capital Real Estate Poland by Cromwell Property Group, Mr. Karol Pilniewicz manages the Polish Retail Fund and Central European Industrial Fund. Before joining Cromwell Property Group, he was the manager of the Polish Retail Fund (PRF) at GE Capital Real Estate, the board member of the development company listed on the stock exchange - Ronson Development B.V., the senior manager at Aareal Bank AG and the investment manager at ING RE Investment Management. He is the member of RICS and CCIM.
Graduate of the University of Gdansk (Faculty of Banking and Finance). He implements the doctoral studies at the Faculty of Management of the Kozminski University, majoring in Management.He started his professional career in 1994 at Dom Maklerski Banku Gdanskiego S.A. Later on, he worked at capital market companies (including Wood&Co., TFI Pioneer, DM Millenium and CDM Pekao S.A.) and at Bank Pekao S.A. in the Controlling Division, as the Manager of the Group Companies Monitoring Team. In the years 2002-2004, he worked as the financial controller in the American private equity fund of Magnum Group Investment Holding, which invests in oil and natural gas extraction and processing. In the years 2007-2011, he worked at CC Group as the IR Manager, where he advised on the Investor Relations strategy. In the years 2011-2012, he was the Vice-President of the Management Board, CFO at IndygoTech Minerals S.A. Then, in the years 2012-2013, he worked as the President of the Management Board of Baltic Ceramics S.A. (the main investment of IndygoTech Minerals S.A.), and in the years 2013-2014 he was the President of the Management Board of Baltic Ceramics Investments S.A. (the company listed on the New Connect alternative market).Since 2014, he is the advisor of the Management Board of Colian Holding S.A., where he advises on planning and analysis of the implementation of the Group’s budget, Investor Relations. Since July 2015, he is the independent member of the Supervisory Board of Qumak S.A., where since June 2016 he serves as the Chairman of the Audit Committee. Since April 2016, he is the independent member of the Supervisory Board of Krynicki Recykling S.A. Since August 2017, he is the independent member of the Supervisory Board of Artifex Mundi S.A. Since October, he is the reelected independent member of the Supervisory Board of Libet S.A., where he also serves as the Chairman of the Audit Committee. Previously, he was the independent member of the Supervisory Board of Kredyt-Inkaso S.A.
Piotr Woźniak - Chairman of the Committee