Michał Jarczyński is the new President of Radpol S.A.
Michał Jarczyński was granted a title of mechanical engineer at the University of Technology in Poznań and he graduated from postgraduate education related to finances and controlling at the Academy of Economics in Poznań. He won the Prize of Minister of Industry in the competition “The most interesting initiatives for the development of enterprises” in 1993. In 1990-1998 he worked in consulting, inter alia as a senior trainer at Price Waterhouse International Privatisation Group. In 1998-2009 employed at Arctic Paper Kostrzyn SA (initially as the financial director, and from 2002, as the Chairman of the Management Board). From 2009 to 2013 he served as a CEO of an international capital group Arctic Paper. In 2005-2006 he supervised the construction of a gaz-water block in Kostrzyn nad Odrą.
Within the capital group Arctic Paper he oversaw four combined heat and power stations (a gas-water block in Poland, a hydraulic power plant in Sweden, a biomass combined heat and power station in Sweden and a combined heat and power station based on hard coal in Germany). As a CEO of the capital group, he dealt with the capital market and with relationships with investors of a company quoted both on the Warsaw Stock Exchange and on the OMX.
For two terms, he served as the President of the Association of Polish Papermakers and as a member of the Management Board of the Confederation of European Paper Industries in Brussels. In 2010-2013 he presided in Brussels over one of the European technological platforms regarding innovation, affiliated to the European Commission. In 2013-2016 he served as the Chairman of the Management Board of Enea Operator, and he was a Member of the Management Board of PTPIREE. For many years, he has been actively working for the development of the western energy industry in Poland, inter alia as a Member of the Management Board of the Lubuskie Society for the Development of the Energy Industry.
During the last year, he worked on developing new legislative, organizational, and regulatory solutions for the development of electromobility.