Jacek Giedrojć has been involved in investment activities in Poland since 1992. At the begining he was focused on privatisations and management buyouts. After 1999, he was involved, among other things, in the restructuring of the portfolio of difficult assets acquired from Elektrim S.A. and in investments in early stage technology companies. He served as CEO of the Group until 2005.
Currently he remains involved in the development of the Group and management of its portfolio, overseeing investment processes, as well as reviewing and approving all of the projects. Prior to founding WEG he gained experience working as an auditor, consultant and in public administration services in Canada, New Zealand and the UK.
Jacek holds a PhD in Sociology from the Polish Academy of Sciences, an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Witold Grzesiak returned to Poland in 1993. In the years 1993-1999 he specialized in corporate finance advisory and successfully conducted a number of transactions on behalf of Polish and international corporations, including: International Paper (ZPC Kwidzyn), Unilever (Pollena Bydgoszcz), ABB (ZWUS Katowice), Gdynia Shipyard and Eltra Bydgoszcz. He also conducted an investment in the Hydrocentrum company and its subsequent restructuring.
Witold Grzesiak was also one of the founders and executive directors of Warsaw Equity Holding company, established to restructure the portfolio of companies owned by Elektrim SA. From 1999 to 2006 he was actively involved in the development of WEG’s investment portfolio.
Currently he remains involved in the development of the Group and management of its portfolio, overseeing investment processes, as well as reviewing and approving all of the projects. Prior to founding WEG he gained experience working as a director at Coopers & Lybrand in New Zealand.
Witold Grzesiak graduated from Massey University in New Zealand, he also completed the MBA program at the Wharton Business School in the United States.