Date: 30 August 2019
Body of the report: The Management Board of Dino Polska S.A. (“Company”) reports that today, i.e. 30 August 2019 the Company’s Supervisory Board adopted a resolution appointing Mr. Michał Muskała to be a Management Board member of Dino Polska S.A. This resolution takes force on the date of its adoption.
Michał Muskała joined Dino Polska S.A. in 2018 as the Corporate Investment Director responsible for preparing, supervising and executing the Company’s corporate investment projects (in particular, distribution centers), and subsequently for managing all of the investment projects conducted by Dino Polska S.A., chiefly including new Dino stores. As of August 2019, he took the position of Investment and Maintenance Director. In this position, he is additionally responsible for technical matters.
Michał Muskała is a graduate of the Wrocław University of Technology and Science. In 2014 he graduated with honors from the Faculty of Civil and Hydro Engineering in construction specializing in construction and technology management. He began his career in 2010 with Skanska S.A. where he served from 2012 to 2014 as a construction engineer, and starting from 2014 he served in managerial positions running investment projects for private and public sector clients with responsibility for construction oversight and finance.
According to the representation provided by Michał Muskała, he does not conduct any activity in any form that would compete with Dino Polska S.A., nor does he participate in any competing company as a shareholder of a civil or commercial law partnership, or as a member of a governing body in a company, nor does he participate in any competing legal person as a member of its governing body. According to the representation of the newly-appointed Management Board member, he is not listed in the Register of Insolvent Debtors kept on the basis of the National Court Register Act.
Legal basis: § 5 Section 5 of the Finance Minister’s Regulation of 29 March 2018 on current and periodic information transmitted by securities issuers and the conditions for recognizing information required by the laws of a non-member state as equivalent.