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Tomasz Szczegielniak

Tomasz Szczegielniak

Date of appointment: 7 August 2020

Mr. Tomasz Szczegielniak graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Lodz. He completed a post-graduate course on financial and economic law at the University of Lodz and the Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) course organized by Fachhochschule Des Mittelstands (FHM) and the Warsaw Management University.

From July 2019 to June 2020, he served as a Vice-Minister, first as Undersecretary of State at the Prime Minister’s Office, while being the secretary of the Council of Ministers and deputy chairman of the Permanent Committee of the Council of Ministers and then as Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of State Assets.

He worked for the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland and served onmanagerial positions in local government administration. He gained professional experience also in the Polish Chamber of Liquid Fuels, Chancellery of the Sejm and the Patent Office of the Republic of Poland.

According to his representation, Mr. Tomasz Szczegielniak does not conduct any activity in any form that would compete with ENEA S.A., nor does he participate in any competing company as a partner in a civil or commercial law partnership or as a member of a governing body in a company and he does not participate in any competing legal person as member of any of its governing bodies. Mr. Tomasz Szczegielniak is not listed in the Register of Insolvent Debtors kept pursuant to the National Court Register Act.

Scope of competence: Supervision and coordination of all the notions related to the Corporate Governance, ownership supervision, services in Enea Capital Group.

Having in mind the diverse and international nature of Enea SA's shareholding, and also the provisions of the Best Practices of WSE Listed Companies, Enea SA guarantees the availability of its website also in English. In case of any interpretation doubts and discrepancies between the Polish and English versions, the Polish version shall prevail.