The board of directors
Jacek Siwicki manages the firm’s operations and is responsible for implementing its strategy across the whole CEE region. He has led 20 direct investments, including those in W. Kruk, LPP and Zelmer. Prior to joining EI, Jacek worked in the IT industry and in consulting. In 1991 he served as Poland’s deputy minister of privatization. In 2014 Jacek was awarded the Commander’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta for his significant contribution to Poland’s political and economic transformation.
Joined EI in 1992
Jason Martin is president of Omega Capital, a private equity firm he founded in 2013. In 2002 he co-founded Argonaut Private Equity and served as president and managing director of the firm for 10 years. With nearly USD 5 billion under management, Argonaut is one of the largest firms of its kind in the Central United States. Prior to Argonaut Jason was a managing director of Williams Communications Group, where he led the company’s venture capital investments. Previously, he was a trustee and member of the investment committee of the USD 1.3 billion Oklahoma Police Pension & Retirement System.
New York office
Joined EI in 2013
Anne Mitchell is an executive coach working with entrepreneurs and executives. Previously, she spent 17 years as an investment partner at Fidelity Ventures (a venture capital arm of Fidelity Investments), where she made 18 direct investments in privately held technology companies. In that time Anne helped scale the investment team from two to twenty investment professionals in Boston and the UK, and co-managed four funds with USD 800 million in capital. She has served as a director on a number of private and public company boards.
New York office
Joined EI in 2016
Robert Manz is responsible for investments in the telecom, retail, pharmaceutical and FMCG sectors. He has led more than 15 direct investments at EI, among others in Nay, Orange Slovakia, PharmaSwiss and Scitec Nutrition. He was the founding president of the Polish Private Equity Association, and for five years served as its president. Robert is chairman of the Central and Eastern Europe Task Force of Invest Europe. Before joining EI he worked in the mergers and acquisitions division of Dillon Read & Co. in New York.
Warsaw office, responsible for investments in Hungary and Slovakia
Joined EI in 1990
Dariusz Prończuk specializes in the financial services, IT and construction materials sectors. He has led 20 investments at EI, including those in AVG Technologies, Comp Rzeszów (now Asseco Poland), Kruk, Lukas, Magellan and Skarbiec Holding. Before joining EI, Dariusz worked in consulting and was vice president of the investment bank Hejka Michna.
Joined EI in 1993
Current investments: Kofola, Macon, Netrisk.hu, Skarbiec Holding
Michał Rusiecki is responsible for investments in the food retail, FMCG, healthcare, industrial and energy sectors. He has led almost 20 transactions, including Dino, UOS, Wento and Nu-Med. Before moving into private equity, Michał worked at the Polish Ministry of Privatization and at the University of Warsaw.
Joined EI in 1992
Current investments: Nu-Med, Wento
Rafał Bator specializes in technology investments. His most important projects to date include 3S, AVG Technologies and Intive. Before joining Enterprise Investors, Rafał worked for Prokom Software Systems and Optimus, two of Poland’s leading IT companies, and for PricewaterhouseCoopers (today PwC).
Joined EI in 2002
Current investments: 3S, Elemental Holding, Intive, J.S. Hamilton Poland,
Sebastian Król concentrates on the financial services, food retail and construction services sectors. His most important investments at EI include those in Danwood, Magellan, Profi, Skarbiec Holding and X-Trade Brokers. Before joining EI, Sebastian worked for Arthur Andersen and Hachette Distribution Services.
Warsaw office, responsible for investments in the Baltic States
Joined EI in 2001
Current investments: Danwood, Novaturas, Skarbiec Holding, X-Trade Brokers
Jacek Woźniak manages the firm’s investments in FMCG, food processing and manufacturing. His most important investments at EI include those in Kofola, Noriel and Sfinks. Prior to joining EI, he was a consultant at the Warsaw office of Arthur Andersen and an investment director at Trinity Management, a fund management company in the Polish Mass Privatization Program.
Joined EI in 2000
Current investments: Kofola, Noriel,
Michał Kędzia concentrates on the FMCG, financial services and healthcare sectors. His most important projects to date include Dino, Intersport, Nu-Med and X-Trade Brokers. Prior to joining EI, Michał worked in the mergers and acquisitions team at Ernst & Young (today EY) in Warsaw.
Warsaw office, responsible for investments in Slovenia and Croatia
Joined EI in 2007
Current investments: Intersport ISI, Nu-Med, X-Trade Brokers