Key ManagersGrzegorz Fabijaniak
Head of Asset Management
Grzegorz Fabijaniak has 21 years of experience in the real estate sector.
Before joining KSP, Grzegorz Fabijaniak worked as an Associate Director, Asset Management Europe at the IVG fund. He was in charge of building the value of the portfolio of prestigious properties located in the centre of Warsaw with a value of EUR 400 million. These were: Le Palais at Grzybowski Plaza, Chmielna 25, Młodziejowski Palace in the Old Town and Royal Trakt Offices at Ujazdowskie Avenue. The new Director earned his experience at such renowned companies as Panattoni Poland, Tebodin Poland and Gleeds Polska. He has held a number of positions in project, development and asset management while working on projects such as Rondo 1, Domy Towarowe Centrum and Warsaw Financial Center.
Mr Fabijaniak holds a master’s degree in engineering from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology and a postgraduate diploma in real estate appraisal from the Warsaw University of Technology.
Chief Financial Officer
Joined Kulczyk Silverstein Properties at inception in 2010 as Chief Financial Officer. At the same time, since 2009, has been holding this position in Kulczyk Real Estate Holding S.à r.l. Branch in Poland.
Former Director of Debt Capital Markets Department and Head of Structured Finance Division in Corporate Department in Bank Pekao S.A. (Unicredit Group).
Michał concluded several pioneer financing transactions in the CEE region, i.e. first securitization transaction in Poland and first revenue bonds issue program in Central & Eastern Europe.
Holds Master’s Degree in Economics from Warsaw School of Economics. Michał also attended postgraduate studies based on MBA program at University of Bocconi in Milan.
Head of Development
Piotr Rafalski, an engineer with more than 35 years of experience in real estate development projects, earned his experience in a number of first class companies such as WS Atkins, PARP, PROCHEM, Hill International, Tebodin, Jet Conoco and Tesco. In May this year he completed the design and the construction of the Polish National Stand at EXPO 2015 in Milan. This project, worth over EUR 10 million, was the fourth-largest investment at this fair (over 2 000 sq.m., with 100 tons of steel imported from Poland). He boasts a portfolio of the following projects: ECE shopping centres in Cracow and Gdańsk, Światowid Shopping Centre in Warsaw, many industrial plants, including the Michelin factory in Olsztyn, large-format projects for Tesco, JET and Shell service stations, revitalization of the Krakowskie Przedmieście promenade in Warsaw and the A4 motorway.
Mr Rafalski holds a master's degree in engineering from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology.