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Poland's top execs making a mint

17.07.2009 12:07
The top ten wealthiest executives in Poland earned 4.53 million zloty (1.05 million euro) in 2008.



The firm Sedlak & Sedlak has published a list of the top ten wealthiest managers in 2008, showing that despite the economic crisis some are still earning vast sums in Poland, both from wages and bonuses.



Piotr Janeczek, head of the steel manufacturer Stalprodukt S.A., topped the list with an income of 7.73 million zloty (1.8 million euro), 5.46 million of which was paid as a bonus.



Slawomir Lachowski, former head of BRE Bank took second place with an income of 7 million zloty, 4.3 million of which were bonus earnings from 2007.


The daily Dziennik writes that Poland's top execs are earning fortunes, the majority of which comes from bonuses, as contracts are signed for much less money that is reported in tax returns. (mmj/pg)


17.07.2009 12:07
The top ten wealthiest executives in Poland earned 4.53 million zloty (1.05 million euro) in 2008.



The firm Sedlak & Sedlak has published a list of the top ten wealthiest managers in 2008, showing that despite the economic crisis some are still earning vast sums in Poland, both from wages and bonuses.



Piotr Janeczek, head of the steel manufacturer Stalprodukt S.A., topped the list with an income of 7.73 million zloty (1.8 million euro), 5.46 million of which was paid as a bonus.



Slawomir Lachowski, former head of BRE Bank took second place with an income of 7 million zloty, 4.3 million of which were bonus earnings from 2007.


The daily Dziennik writes that Poland's top execs are earning fortunes, the majority of which comes from bonuses, as contracts are signed for much less money that is reported in tax returns. (mmj/pg)

Seems to be no signs of recession if your a CEO in a Polish company.

Re: Poland's top execs making a mint

Funny story - so why is it that a headhunter acquaintance is being inundated with sacked execs begging for help at a time when no hiring of execs (or anyone else for that matter) is happening.