The former deputy minister, first of economy then of treasury, will be an Executive Vicepresident of Employers of Poland.
— He will be my executive deputy, operational collaborator, who will deal with all organizational issues. Thus far, there has been no such function at Employers of Poland. I hope that the Board will approve it — says Andrzej Malinowski, President of Employers of Poland.
Malinowski reminds that in 2007, when he was appointed Viceminister of Economy, he got an unpaid leave.
— Over the years he has gained experience, handled the problems which we deal with. He will be a tough opponent for those who want to unsettle Polish entrepreneurship — he claims.
— I continue to work on the intersection of politics and business. I will work on EU projects, support for member companies and something in which I feel very well: social dialog – an issue I have been working with for several years, on both sides of the divide. I am happy to be back — says Rafał Baniak.
He is seen as a good acquisition for Employers of Poland. — Working with him was a pleasure, he understood investors’ problems very well and in many cases his decisions initiated very difficult project, such as the revitalization of some areas owned by shipyards, were today companies are working — says Teresa Kamińska, Chairwoman of the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone.
As the Viceminister of Treasury Baniak contributed to the European Commission’s acceptance for public support for LOT a decision that saved the airline. He also decided to liquidate Eurolot which had been unprofitable for many years.