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JLL appoints Mateusz Bonca as CEO of Poland

JLL has appointed Mateusz Bonca as CEO of Poland, effective in mid-November and he will be based in Warsaw.

Mateusz Bonca brings diverse expertise from a variety of industry sectors to help drive continued growth and digital transformation of the leading real estate advisory company in the Polish market. The role includes full responsibility for Poland, including core real estate consulting services as well as business services hub, located in Warsaw.

He joins from Grupa LOTOS S.A., the second largest oil and gas company in Poland, where he was President of the Management Board. Prior to that, he was Director at Deutsche Bank AG in Frankfurt and Financial Practice Manager at Peppers and Rogers Group Middle East, based in Dubai. He also has strong consulting and advisory experience having spent the first stint of his career at McKinsey & Company and Deloitte. Mateusz Bonca has extensive experience in leading and driving transformation programmes for large international corporations.

“Mateusz is an exceptional leader with demonstrated international experience across various industry sectors – from banking and finance, to the energy sector. I am convinced that Mateusz, with his expertise from outside the real estate sector, will bring a new fresh perspective to JLL and will be instrumental in creating modern models of long-term client solutions that best respond to the rapidly changing landscape. I’d like to extend a warm welcome to Mateusz”, said Sabine Eckhardt, CEO Central Europe, JLL.

“I’m thrilled to take on the role of CEO of Poland and to lead such an inspirational team at a moment when companies across sectors and geographies are re-imagining their future. We are at a crucial point when we need to help businesses make their plans future-proof through sustainable growth and innovative thinking. I am very much looking forward to working with the experienced and dynamic leadership at JLL and I am very grateful for their trust and for the warm welcome”, commented Mateusz Bonca, CEO Poland, JLL

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