CEO of Poland's largest bank resigns
The CEO of PKO BP bank, Poland’s largest lender, has quit her job.
Iwona Duda had held the post since January 2022. Her resignation will be effective as of August 9, 2022 the bank, said in a statement on Tuesday.
No reason was given for Duda's departure.
At the same time, Paweł Gruza has been appointed as PKO BP bank's deputy CEO and acting CEO effective as of August 10, 2022, the bank said in its statement.
PKO BP will now seek the consent of Poland's financial market regulator, KNF, to make him CEO, the bank added.
Gruza previously worked as deputy Finance Minister and as metals giant KGHM deputy CEO responsible for foreign assets.