The foregoing reflects the company’s broader approach to provide clients with strategic advice – strongly embedded in the real estate area, and at the same time drawing on the best practices of other industries.
The members of the new management board include people associated with JLL for many years, as well as experienced managers from outside the industry, who have diverse, cross-sectoral experience and competences in areas spanning strategic advisory, banking, capital markets, energy, and new technologies.
Mateusz Bonca, Chief Executive Officer, JLL Poland, head of the board, as the author of the new approach with many years of consulting and managerial experience covering numerous industries – from strategic advisory through the financial sector to the energy sector – is held accountable for the entire implementation of the new vision, taking into account the goals of sustainable development.
“We want to depressurize the market together and offer to it a new quality. Thanks to the expertise, motivation, as well as fresh view of the entire management board, we have the capacity to jointly offer our partners a holistic view of their business development in line with global trends and dynamic changes in the business environment,” says Mateusz Bonca, Chief Executive Officer, JLL Poland.
Piotr Wetmański, Chief Operating Officer, a manager with international experience in strategic advisory for leading institutions in the financial sector appointed to the board, will deal with corporate development and implementation of a new strategy, as well as with supervision over JLL’s marketing and communication area.
Paweł Sztejter, Director of the Housing Department will further develop the transactional and developer advisory in the living segment. Also, he will expand his competences to include management of the local research team working on the development of JLL’s offer in the field of analytics and the use of digital solutions in real estate. Sztejter has been shaping Poland’s housing industry since the beginning of the 90s – first within the company called REAS, which he co-founded, and now at JLL after the merger of the companies in 2018.
Tomasz Czuba, Director of the Office Space Leasing and Tenant Representation Department, an expert with almost 20 years of experience in the real estate industry, has thus far been held accountable for advising investors, developers, and corporate tenants in the field of office strategy. Now, he will additionally take the position of Client Executive, overseeing the development of the relationships with clients, focused on delivering personalized services and tools in all consulting departments.
Thomas Devonshire-Griffin, Director of the Capital Markets Department in Central and Eastern Europe, by supporting the Polish capital markets team, will ensure the maintenance and development of capital relations and connections in Central and Eastern Europe, and around the globe. Thomas is responsible for supporting the raising and allocation of international capital by introducing and developing end-to-end services in the area of corporate finance and a corporate finance program.
Kinga Piotrowicz, Operations Director at the head of the Portfolio Operations segment in the EMEA region, has also joined the management board and in the new structure will coordinate the service of international clients of the company in Poland. She will provide JLL’s global products and competences to Polish clients and coordinate the work of the Centre of Excellence and supervise the activities of JLL Work Dynamics, also closely cooperating with the local team of the company JLL – Workplace.
Savvas Savva, Chief Financial Officer for the CEE region, associated with JLL for 10 years and having nearly 30 years of experience in finance and accounting, will continue to strategically manage the company’s financial area, capital allocation, risk management, and support for the company’s inorganic development.
Mateusz Gołembiewski has also taken a position in the management board who, as the HR Director in Poland and Central and Eastern Europe, will focus on strategic and operational issues related to the area of HR development and talent management.