FINEXA

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FINEXA - Stowarzyszenie Dyrektorów Finansowych is Poland's only national organisation for finance directors. The association is active in regulatory processes, education and career-building. Headquartered in Warsaw, the association has a chapter in Gdańsk.

FINEXA was founded on 2 August 2011 by 36 foundation members. It was registered in Warsaw on 17 November 2011.[1] The official organ of the association is the business magazine Strategie.[2]

The organisation is run by an eight-man board and a five-man supervisory board. The current chairman of the board is Paweł Domosławski, and the supervisory board is headed by Nikolaus von Nathusius.[3] Since 2012, FINEXA has been a member institute of the International Association of Financial Executives Institutes (IAFEI).[4] The Polish Association of Risk Managers (POLRISK) is a member of FINEXA.[5] The Polish Corporate Treasurers Association (PCTA) and FINEXA co-operate in regulatory process-matters.[6]

Since 2012 FINEXA has been the organizer of the award Galeria Chwały Polskiej Ekonomii;[7] the ceremony is held at the annual conference of the organization in Warsaw. In 2013 FINEXA was host of the 43rd IAFEI World Congress in Warsaw.

References[edit]

  1. ^ STOWARZYSZENIE DYREKTORÓW FINANSOWYCH "FINEXA" (KRS: 0000402310) at KRS-Online.com.pl from 6 January 2012
  2. ^ Michał Czarnecki, Strategie oficjalnym organem Finexa at Medianews.pl
  3. ^ Iwona Pawłowska, FINEXA łączy dyrektorów finansowych at Strategie-online.pl from 6 January 2012
  4. ^ IAFEI Quarterly, issue 16 February 2012, p. 59
  5. ^ Stowarzyszenie Dyrektorów Finansowych "FINEXA“ członkiem międzynarodowej organizacji IAFEI at the association's website from 15 February 2012
  6. ^ PCTA i FINEXA porozumienie o współpracy at the website of PCTA
  7. ^ Press release from June 14, 2013, website Finexa (in Polish)

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