Highway Capital adds Dariusz Zych and Jacek Ślotała to its Board as Non-Executive Directors

– UK, Beaconsfield – Highway Capital PLC is pleased to announce the appointment with immediate effect of Dariusz Zych and Jacek Ślotała as non-executive directors of the company.

Dariusz Zych has over 20 years experience in Capital Markets, most recently with SCG S.A. working as Investment Director and Vice Chairman.

Mr Zych has extensive experience in the financial markets gained through participation across a broad range of projects and capital transactions, including running Private Equity/Venture Capital projects as well as Equity and Debt Raising for both IPO and SPO transactions.

Throughout his career he served on a number of Boards. Currently, he is a board member of Pragma Inkaso S.A. Apanet S.A. CHP Energia Sp z o.o. Cezar 10 Sp z o.o.

Jacek Slotala has over 30 years experience in the CEE region. He currently serves as an Investment Director in CEE Equity Partners.

Mr Ślotała established and managed J. Walter-Thompson-Parintex Poland, a joint venture with WPP, for nearly 20 years. He also led the restructuring of the first privatised sugar refinery in Poland, returning it to profitability and completing its sale to Tate & Lyle.

In addition, he has been a strategic advisor to the Chairman of Daewoo Group on their business development outside Asia and he consolidated the 114 cooperatives of TU Samopomoc into Samopomoc Życie, making it, within four years, the fifth largest insurance group in Poland.

Jacek spent nine years on the Supervisory Board of Bank Zachodni WBK, and also sat on a number of other supervisory boards, including USAID and the EBRD.

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