Appointment of members of the Supervisory Board of Grupa LOTOS S.A. – additional information
Report no. 32/20162016-06-30

Further to Current Report No. 31/2016 dated June 29th 2016, Grupa LOTOS S.A. (the “Company”) publishes brief resumes of Agnieszka Szklarczyk-Mierzwa and Mariusz Golecki, the newly appointed members of the Supervisory Board.

Agnieszka Szklarczyk-Mierzwa − a graduate of law, Jagiellonian University in Kraków (Faculty of Law and Administration, 2004), and National School of Public Administration in Warsaw (2007). Legal counsel, completed training at the Regional Chamber of Legal Counsels of Warsaw. In 2007−2009, she worked as chief specialist at the Department of International Cooperation and European Law at the Ministry of Justice. In 2009−2015, she was chief specialist at the Oil and Gas Department at the Ministry of Economy. At present, she serves as Head of the Oil and Gas Department at the Ministry of Energy. Ms Szklarczyk-Mierzwa has experience in international public and private law, EU law, as well as business and energy law, with particular expertise in regulations governing fuel security and cooperation in this area.

Mariusz Golecki, PhD in law, professor and Head of Cognitive Research on Law at the University of Łódź (Law and Administration Faculty), and attorney-at-law, Warsaw Bar Association. Graduate of Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw (1998), and Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge (Trinity College, 2002). In 1998−2000, Mr Golecki served as adviser to the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts/National Heritage. In 2000−2001, he worked as consultant to Kancelaria Prawnicza Kamiński & Kulesza (a law firm) in Warsaw, and expert at the Programme Department of the Prime Minister Chancellery and the Ministry of Finance. In 2002–2003, Mr Gołecki was a European Commission scholar at the Institute of Law and Economics, University of Hamburg, in 2004–2008 worked as assistant professor at the Economics Department of the Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu - National Louis University in Nowy Sącz, and in 2008–2009 was a visiting professor at the Centre for European Legal Studies of the Law Faculty at the University of Cambridge. Since 2011 – lecturer at the Warsaw School of Economics (European Master in Law and Economics programme). In 2013−2014, Mr Golecki was also a visiting professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Debrecen, Hungary. Director of the Legal Department of the Polish Ministry of Finance since February 2016.

This current report is published pursuant to Par. 5.1.22 of the Minister of Finance’s Regulation on current and periodic information to be published by issuers of securities and conditions for recognition as equivalent of information whose disclosure is required under the laws of a non-member state, dated February 19th 2009.