Adam Zolnowski Appointed as DCT CFO

Press Release
Monday, March 18, 2013

DCT Gdansk will appoint Adam Zolnowski, who until recently was responsible for strategy and corporate affairs, as Chief Financial Officer with the beginning of April.

 Prior to his career in DCT, Adam was a Director at Pricewaterhouse Coopers, where areas of his responsibility included foreign investment. Adam was a member of Polish Securities and Exchange Commission, President of Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency as well as  Director General of the Polish Competition Authority. He is an author of several publications in the field of economy, foreign investment and competition.

www.dctgdansk.com

 

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