ZT Kruszwica singed merger plan with Ewico, ZPT Olvit and Olvit Pro
In June 2006 Polish edible oil sector leaders: ZT Kruszwica SA, Ewico Sp z o.o., Olvit-Pro Sp. z o.o. and ZPT Olvit Sp. z o.o. announced the merger plan in relation to the merger process of the above companies. As a result, the combined entity will be the largest edible oil producer in Poland with an estimated annual turnover amounting to PLN 1.5 bln.(more…)
Exatel – successful exit from Pro Futuro
On the 22nd of May 2006, an agreement concerning Exatel’s sale of shares and bonds of Pro Futuro was reached. Following over six month long negotiations with various turns, Exatel managed to get back the full value of its financial investment in Pro Futuro.(more…)
“Alice’s adventures in banking land” – Forbes 03/2006
In the 03/2006 issue of Forbes magazine there is an article “Alice’s adventures in banking land” in which merger of Pekao SA and Bank BPH is discussed. In the article Marek Dojnow comments on Unicredit business:(more…)
“Domestic capital attacks” – Forbes 01/2006
In the 01/2006 issue of Forbes magazine there is an article “Domestic capital attacks” about M&A market in 2005. Marek Dojnow was asked for comment on the privatization of Huta Częstochowa:(more…)
“Tulip growers in place of Eureko” – Forbes 12/2005
In the 12/2005 issue of Forbes magazine there is an article “Tulip growers in place of Eureko” describing Dutch Rabobank activities in Poland. In the article Marek Dojnow comments on careful acquisition policy of the bank:(more…)
“Now Fidea” – Manager Magazine 10/2005
Who is Marek Dojnow?
The answer given most often is: the president of ABN Amro. Few add the short word “former”. Because few noticed that Dojnow left the bank in June already. On the other hand, those, who noticed this, associate the fact of his resignation in one way only – with his giving evidence before the investigation commission for PZU case.