Grzegorz Ksepko

Vice President for Corporate Matter of the Management Board

Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Gdansk (2001). In 2004 he completed his public prosecutor trainee program in the District Public Prosecution Office in Gdansk and he passed the public prosecutor examination. In November 2005 he was entered on the list of advocates. In July 2006 he became a partner (equity partner) in the law firm called Kancelaria Radców Prawnych i Adwokatów Głuchowski Siemiątkowski Zwara i Partnerzy. In November 2010 he became a senior partner, thereby taking a senior management position. In his law practice he specialized above all in company law, business services, criminal law, criminal tax law, civil law, administrative law and in issues related to the functioning of the oil and power sector. He also provided services to other businesses, including advisory services in corporate governance. From 2003 to 2007 he sat on the Supervisory Board of Agencja Rozwoju Pomorza S.A. (Pomeranian Development Agency) with its registered office in Gdansk. He was one of the principal authors of the vetting bill and the amendment of the Act on the Institute of National Remembrance drafted in 2006. He also participated in work on the consumer bankruptcy bill, the amendment of the State Treasury Solicitors' Office Act, the amendment of the Press Law, the amendment of the Weapons and Ammunition Act and the amendment of the Criminal Code and he prepared draft regulations for the Minister of Regional Development on public aid. In 1996 he completed the Fourth Annual Summer School for Young Social and Political Leaders under the Polish Robert Schuman Foundation and in 1997 the English language school at the University of California Los Angeles.

Exercises functional oversight over the following areas of ENERGA SA’s operations: institutional relations, Group-wide corporate oversight and corporate governance (excluding the nomination and compensation of members of corporate bodies in ENERGA Group Companies), management by objectives, internal communication, CSR and environmental policy.