Tomasz Trzósło. Credit: EPP
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Tomasz Trzósło becomes CEO of EPP

EPP’s general meeting of shareholders has today approved the appointment of Tomasz Trzósło to the position of CEO of the largest owner of retail real estate in Poland. The company’s Board of Directors announced it will nominate Tomasz Trzósło to this post in December 2019.

“I would like to thank our shareholders and the Board of Directors for the trust they have placed in me and for appointing me as CEO of such a dynamic company. Running the leader of the Polish retail property market is a responsibility and a challenge which I take up with enthusiasm. We are facing a period that will be difficult for the retail industry, therefore in the coming months I will focus on maintaining our portfolio in the best possible condition, by being flexible and adapting our business to the existing market situation. Furthermore, I believe that by leveraging the strengths of our locations and team, focusing on building long-term relationships with tenants and taking care of the safety of shoppers and tenants’ employees, we will return to a path of growth and further expansion of our portfolio“, says Tomasz Trzósło, CEO of EPP. 

Tomasz Trzósło has been active on Polish and European real estate market for over 20 years. Before joining EPP, he was the Managing Director of JLL for Poland and the CEE region, where he managed the company’s operations in Poland and oversaw JLL’s business in the Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary and Slovakia. From 2005 he headed up JLL’s Polish capital markets team and between 2008 and 2013 he managed the capital markets team in Central and Eastern Europe. Tomasz has been involved in numerous transactions across the CEE region, including portfolio and property disposals, fund raising and debt deals, and structured equity transactions. He has a strong track record in working with all branches of the real estate market, including the retail, office, industrial, hotel and residential sectors. 

Tomasz holds a master’s degree in Financial Accountancy and Economics from the Cracow University of Economics and has a diploma in valuation, investment appraisal, property finance and portfolio management from the Investment Property Forum in London.

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