|Employer||Warsaw Stock Exchange|
Pawel Tamborski has been the chief executive of the Warsaw Stock Exchange since July 2014, when he replaced Adam Maciejewski, who ran the exchange starting in 2013 and left because his term time as CEO expired.
Tamborski resigned effective December 31, 2015, less than a month after a new government came to power in Poland. In discussing his resignation, he said that he had "never been a politician" and did not want the exchange "to be embroiled in political games." The exchange is publicly traded but 51 per cent of the voting rights are held by the Polish state.
Tamborski was secretary of state in Poland’s treasury ministry between 2012 and 2014. He is also a former UniCredit investment banker.
In October of 2015 Tamborski was questioned by agents of Poland’s Central Anti-corruption Bureau in connection with the sale of shares in a state-run company, Ciech SA, that he was involved with in his role in the treasury ministry, which oversees state-owned assets.
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