Ireneusz Jabłoński

Centrum im. Adama Smitha

Born in 1961, specialist in strategic and operational management, building, restructuring and managing big business and public organizations. A graduate of the Lodz University of Technology and Postgraduate Banking Studies in the Warsaw School of Economics, strategic bank management programme in INSEAD Fontainebleau (France) and strategic project management program in the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (USA).

Scholarship holder of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (USA) as part of the program for Polish local government leaders. For fifteen years associated with the financial services sector, where he among others, was the President of the Management Board of leasing companies and held managerial positions in banks.

In 2002, as Project Manager of mBank, he led the project of creating the first Internet bank in the country and in continental Europe. He held managerial positions in the local government twice: Mayor of Łowicz and Vice President of Łódź.

He was the leader of the "Family has a voice" program addressed to Polish local government officials. At the invitation of leading Polish universities, he conducted lectures and classes in the field of macro and microeconomics as well as strategic planning and management. Since 2003, he has been associated with the Adam Smith Research Center, where he directs, among others, Strategic consulting team. He is interested in ancient and economic history of the world.