Member of the Board for Finance
For almost 12 years he was associated with investment banking and conducted strategic projects in preparing companies for entering the Warsaw Stock Exchange, as well as mergers and acquisitions and financing of investment projects of companies from various sectors. He carried out transactions for Polish entrepreneurs, leading private equity funds and the State Treasury in privatization transactions. He was responsible for obtaining financing with a total value of over PLN 25 billion for domestic and international enterprises. He worked at the brokerage house UniCredit CAIB Poland, and then at Pekao Investment Banking as the Director of the Finance and New Issues Department.
The Solidarity Transport Hub is an investment that requires huge financial outlays, but at the same time gives a huge return for the entire Polish economy. The project is multidimensional, covering both the airport and many accompanying investments, including the construction of rail and road infrastructure. This means that we can use various forms of financing for these projects. We are already observing STH's great interest among investors at such an early stage
Michał Wrona is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics in the field of Finance and Banking. He also has education in the aviation sector - he completed the Aviation Management Professional Program implemented by Stanford University in cooperation with IATA. He also obtained the Le Master International de Management et d'Economie diploma of the French HEC Paris. He also studied in Canada at HEC Montréal.
The Solidarity Transport Hub Company is 100 percent owned by the Treasury. It also belongs to the group of strategic companies from the point of view of state interests. It has been entered on the list of entities whose Treasury shares may not be sold. This list includes PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe SA, PKP Cargo SA or KGHM Polska Miedź SA.
The Solidarity Transport Hub is currently the most important Polish infrastructure investment. As part of the project, a modern airport will be built, whose location is planned 37 km west of Warsaw. STH also assumes intensive development of rail and road connections network throughout the country. They will allow travel between Warsaw and the largest Polish cities in less than three hours. The investment is to create over 150 thousand new jobs, and its value in the first stage will amount to PLN 35 billion.