TriGranit announced the appointment of Tamás Páldi, M.D. as Human Resources Director and Mr. Mariusz Domeracki as Finance Director for Poland.
In his new role, Mr. Páldi will be responsible for TriGranit’s full scope of activities relating to HR, including manpower management, organizational effectiveness, training & development, performance management, compensation & benefits and labor relations. He will also supervise and coordinate the HR activities in all TriGranit offices - Budapest, Bratislava, Krakow and Warsaw.
Prior to joining TriGranit, Mr. Páldi has spent 7 years at Eli Lilly & Company and 5 years at TEVA Pharmaceutical Industries as HR Director. His responsibilities covered all aspects of strategic HR, and he was a member of the senior teams at both companies. Between 1995-2002 he performed various sales and marketing activities at the American global pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly, where he had full responsibility for Lilly’s hospital injectable and oncology activities. Before joining the business sector, Mr. Páldi worked as a medical doctor with clinical practice for 9 years. He studied medicine at Semmelweis University of Medical Sciences in Budapest, Hungary.
On the financial field, TriGranit strengthens its operations with a new Finance Director in Poland. Mr. Domeracki will be responsible for all financial functions on the country level such us financing, budgeting, controlling and accounting; as well as internal processes, administration and corporate restructurings.
Prior to joining TriGranit Mr. Domeracki has spent 10 years at the international real estate fund and asset management company Heitman. He has a comprehensive knowledge of financial and tax management, having worked as an Associate in private equity before rising up to Finance Manager level within the same company. He has supervised and reported on a significant number of investment funds and entities in a host of countries including Holland, Cyprus and Luxembourg as well as in CEE. He has reported and evaluated on income producing assets and holding entities, as well as simultaneously managing the finance teams in both the Luxembourg and Warsaw offices of the same international fund. He studied at Warsaw School of Economics.