CPI Property Group (CPIPG), the largest commercial property owner in the Czech Republic, Berlin and the CEE region, is pursuing its announced strategy of intensive portfolio development in the area of high quality office properties in Warsaw. Since January 2020, the new director, Michał Proński, has been at the helm of the rapidly growing Asset Management Department.
Michał Proński has over 18 years of interdisciplinary experience in the property market in the field of asset management, corporate property administration, investments, as well as leasing, brokerage, valuation and market research. A graduate of Management; he spent most of his professional life in North America, including Colliers International, then at subsidiary of Gazit-Globe, and the last few years before moving to Poland – in the Real Estate Department of Scotiabank (an international bank based in Toronto and with branches in North America, South America and Asia), where he handled a portfolio of 2.5 million sq m of offices. He has been working in Poland for 2 years. Until recently, he managed the operational activities of the Polish branch of the British company Sharow Capital, operating one of the Benson Elliot funds. He joined CPI Property Group at the beginning of 2020.
“I feel honoured to head up Asset Management at CPI Property Group in Poland. The strategy adopted by the company to dynamically enlarge its investment portfolio with office property, meeting strictly defined rules of location, technology and ecological solutions, will allow CPI PG to achieve its crucial goal – to repeat the spectacular success from Berlin and become a leader on the office property market in Warsaw. I hope that my many years of multidisciplinary international experience and my achievements to date in effective project and team management will contribute to the achievement of this goal” – this is how Michał Proński comments on his joining CPI Property Group.
“The year 2020 for CPI Property Group is a time not only of portfolio development with further acquisitions, but also of constant team expansion, which I am very pleased about. In human resources policy, we focus primarily on people who combine professional experience with operational skills in a specific environment. Our guiding principle is to observe the highest ethical standards and business regulations developed over the years. The work standards presented by Michał meet and fit into our concept of asset management” – comments Barbara Topolska, Country Manager Poland, CPI Property Group.