OKO.press takes into account the fees of 14 plots, which are directly or indirectly controlled by the Ministry of Finance. It is about: PKN Orlen, PGNiG, PZU, KGHM Polska Mied, Tauron Polska Energia, PKO BP, Lotos Group, PGE, Energ, Ene, Nitrogen Group, Polski Holding Nieruchomosci (PHN), Pekao and BO Bank.
Sp. Z oo is obliged to maintain the highest transparency, including for publishing a letter to the salaries of individual members of the board of directors and supervisory boards. Therefore, it is important to analyze OKO.press. However, he points out that the company with a stake in the country is around 400. In some of them, filling in the highest positions may not be as "sharp" as in the case of WSE companies.
As can be seen from the statement, 73 people were identified in the annexes of 14 spas called "directly or indirectly related to PiS". It is about "activists of this party and associates of the most important government policies". Since the beginning of the PiS government, they have earned around 94.5 million zlotys – including 19 people over 2 million, and another 13 people between 1 and 2 million zlotys.
Eagle, ROM, Pec
The biggest thing will be earned by Miha Krupiski – in the years 2016-2017 he will be president of the PZU, and from 2017 until today the chairman of the bank Pekka. His total earnings in these two plots in the years 2016-2018 amounted to over 6.9 million zlotys. In 2006-2007, Krupishki will be Deputy Minister of State Treasury.
The second in the statement, Wojciech Jasiski, will earn 5.3 million zlotys from Jasiski from December 2015 to February 2018 to the president of Eagle, and since February 2016 he also sits in the supervisory board of PKO Bank Polish. Yasiski is a longtime member of the PI, in 2006-2007 the Minister of Finance of the state.
"Podium", with over-compensation at the level of over 4.8 million, supplemented by Pyotr Vonjak. He is chairman of the PGNiG, also sitting in the bodies of the entities related to t sp. Extractor in the years 2005-2007 will be the Minister of Economy.
More information about the statement in OKO.press.