Mateusz Boznański graduated from the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wrocław. In 2002−2006, he completed legal training as an attorney-at-law at the Regional Bar Association in Wrocław. Since April 2007, he has worked as an attorney-at-law in his own law firm; in 2011−2015, he has also been a partner in a law partnership.
In the course of his professional career, Mr Boznański has gained considerable experience in the provision of services to commercial-law companies (both Polish and foreign-owned) and to local government bodies.
As part of his duties, he has provided legal advice to capital groups across Poland, in particular with respect to civil, labour, EU, and commercial law. He provides ongoing legal advisory services with respect to construction law and related legal areas for companies operating in the property development sector. He also specialises in cases related to the protection of personal rights, acting as an attorney in major court trials. He has participated in bankruptcy proceedings of entities operating in the property development sector. Mr Boznański has also provided legal services as an attorney in proceedings before courts of general jurisdiction, as a lawyer in criminal proceedings, including with respect to criminal economic law, and criminal fiscal proceedings. He was (in 2010−2013) and, since 2013 to date, has been a member of the Human Rights Committee at the Polish Bar Council. Since 2013, he has been a member of the Audit Committee at the Regional Bar Association in Wrocław.
Mr Mateusz Boznański has represented that he meets the independence criteria defined in Art. 36 of the Company’s Articles of Association.