Current Report No. 24/2012 dated 20/06/2012
The Management Board of Asseco Business Solutions S.A. announces that on this day, i.e. 20 June 2012, the Company received a statement of Asseco Poland SA, a shareholder of the Company holding 15,528,570 ordinary bearer shares representing 46.47% of the share capital of the Company, and entitled, under the provisions of Article 13(3)(1) of the Articles of Association of Asseco Business Solutions SA, to dismiss and appoint three members of the Supervisory Board and appoint Mr. Romuald Rutkowski Member of the Supervisory Board. The appointment becomes effective from 1 July 2012.
Mr. Romuald Rutkowski is a graduate of the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science. During his studies, he was involved in the design and implementation of university IT systems. He also did fellowships at Lund University (Sweden) and Humboldt University (Germany), as well as trainings at a software developer in Vienna (Austria) and in the computing centre of the Academy of Sciences in Budapest (Hungary). In 1988 he started Simplex and in 2000 Softlab. For seven years, he was a partner in Softlab and sat as a Member of the Board. In 2006 his business entered the Asseco Capital Group. From 1 June 2007 to 30 June 2012, he was the Vice-President of Asseco Business Solutions.
Mr. Romuald Rutkowski does not pursue any activity that might be seen as competitive to the Issuer's activity. He is not a partner to any competitive civil partnership or a partnership, or a member of the body of a company, or a member of any other competitive legal person. He has not been entered in the register of insolvent debtors under the Act on the National Court Register. He did not serve in the past in the managing or supervisory capacity in any entity that declared bankruptcy or were liquidated during his term.
Legal basis: Article 5(1)(22) of the Regulation of the Minister of Finance of 19 February 2009 on current and periodic information provided by issuers of securities and on the conditions for recognition as equivalent of the information required by the laws of a non-member state (Journal of Laws of 2009, No. 33, item. 259).