Marcin Petrykowski

Marcin Petrykowski

Secretary
Managing Director, S&P Global Ratings

Over 15 years of experience working for top-tier, global financial institutions with solid expertise in strategic growth management, international finance and capital markets. 

Since 2014 is a Managing Director at S&P Global Ratings, executing across three senior commercial roles:
•    Head of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Relationship Management: leading a regional team structuring firm wide partnerships with S&P’s top tier strategic clients and running the infrastructure and project finance business.
•    Regional Head for Central and Eastern Europe (CEE): driving the franchise, strategy and management of the ratings business across the region.
•    General Manager for Poland, running day-to-day operations of the Warsaw office. 

From 2016 is a member of the Supervisory Board / Non-Executive of MCI Capital S.A., a leading Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) listed private equity firm investing in the digital economy across Emerging Europe. 

Actively engaged in the Fintech industry, through S&P, MCI and as chairman of the program board for FutureTech and Fintech Digital CEE - region’s premiere digital economy conferences. Recognized as a leading industry figure and an influential speaker, with visibility across top-tier media. Passionate about social responsibility, actively mentoring and developing future leaders of the Polish capital market and educating young entrepreneurs. Member of the Board of Directors at the American Chamber of Commerce in Poland (AmCham) and the Leslaw A. Paga Foundation. 

Before joining S&P was an Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Corporate and Investment Bank in London, where he covered Russia, CIS, CEE, and Israel for Markets and Investor Services. He was also the Deputy General Manager for J.P. Morgan CIB in Poland. Prior to 2007 spent five years with Citi Corporate and Investment Banking, operating in Poland and CEE. 

Alumnus of the Leadership Academy for Poland, Kozminski University, Lund School of Economics and Management.