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Pawel Wojciechowski

Paweł Wojciechowski was born in Warsaw, Poland on 3 January 1960.

Previous assignments

1989 - 1991:  Analyst, Center for Regional Economic Issues, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.

1992 - 1994:  Advisor to the Minister, Ministry of Privatization

1995 - 1996:  Director, Polish Development Bank S.A., CEO, Polish Fund Management Group 

1996 - 1999:  CEO,  PBK ATUT Towarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych S.A.

1999 - 2005:  CEO, Powszechne Towarzystwo Emerytalne Allianz Polska S.A.

2006 - 2006:  Minister of Finance

2007 - 2009:  CEO, Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency S.A.

2009 - 2010:  Undersecretary of State, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

2010 - 2014:  Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Poland to the OECD

Current tasks

Chief Economist of the Social Security Institution (ZUS), Poland since November 2014

On 27 May 2015 Mr Wojciechowski was appointed European Coordinator for the TEN-T Rhine-Alpine Corridor, a multimodal corridor connecting the North Sea ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp to the Mediterranean basin in Genoa, via Switzerland and some of the major economic centers in the EU.

Contact Mr Paweł Wojciechowski here.

 

Missions 2015

  • Meeting with the Flemish minister responsible for transport Mr Ben Weyts and a visit to the A11 motorway project around Zeebrugge on 29 September 2015

This was the first ministerial meeting by the new coordinator. The issues discussed included: the connectivity of the ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge, the study on the Iron Rhine rail connection between Belgium and Germany through the Netherlands and the question of urban nodes.

The meeting was followed by a site visit to the A11 motorway construction site. This project is the first one being funded under the project bonds initiative. It will improve the traffic flows around the port of Zeebrugge. The financial engineering of the project was presented and discussed. During the talks it became clear that the project could serve as a very good example of the use of alternative funding sources for the development of the transport infrastructure.