Tom Lisiecki, the new Chief Executive Officer of TriGranit. Image: TriGranit
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New CEO at TriGranit

The TriGranit Board has appointed Tom Lisiecki as the new Chief Executive Officer of TriGranit. Mr Lisiecki arrives from CityCon, having been based in Stockholm where he served as Chief Development Officer. Prior to it, he spent 13 years with TriGranit, working in the last years as Chief Investment Officer and Country Director – Poland, having been involved in all TriGranit’s projects.

After 18 years with TriGranit, and most recently as CEO, Mr Török leaves the company to pursue new opportunities outside the corporation; the Board thanks him for his long-term commitment to the firm. Eric Assimakopoulos, Chairman of the Board, is pleased to welcome Tom Lisiecki as the new CEO. Mr. Lisiecki has a wealth of experience in development and will lead TriGranit into a new era of growth.

Tom Lisiecki joined TriGranit Polska in 2004 as a financial analyst, soon after completing his university degree at the University of Toronto in economics and finance (2002). He served later as commercial manager of the residential project Debowe Tarasy in Katowice. He was promoted to development director of the B4B office project in Krakow (2007). He served as Country Director – Poland from 2008, and he later became the Chief Development Officer of TGD and Managing Director and the President of the Board of Directors of the company’s Polish affiliate. After TPG’s acquisition of TriGranit in 2015, Tom became the Chief Investment Officer of the corporation.

In 2017, Tom left TriGranit and served as the Chief Development Officer for CityCon in Stockholm, returning in 2019 to TriGranit as the CEO. Mr Lisiecki was involved in all of TriGranit’s projects in Poland: the Silesia City Center and 1,000 apartments complex Oak Terraces (Debowe Tarasy) in Katowice, Bonarka City Center and Bonarka for Business (B4B – 7 class A office towers) in Krakow and the integrated transport, entertainment and commercial hub of Poznan – the Poznan City Center. Mr Lisiecki is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and holds an Executive MBA from Kellogg School of Management and WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management.

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