Tomasz Prusek

Tomasz Prusek

Economics Feature Writer; President, Fundacja Przyjazny Kraj

The President of the Friendly State Foundation (Fundacja Przyjazny Kraj), journalist, former deputy business editor in „Gazeta Wyborcza” and wyborcza.biz, where he covered the area of financial market: stocks, bonds and corporate governance. 

In 2011 he received the Journalist of the Year 2011 Prize form the Polish Association of Individual Investors. Besides, he received an honorable mention in the competition: “The Directions of the Polish economy by 2005” (1996), the Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski Award by the Krakow Academy of Economics (1997), “Sharp Pen” by Business Centre Club (2000), "Citigroup Journalistic Excellence Award” (2004), Award "FERK” (2004).
In 2004 he received the Special Award in the contest for investigative journalists called "Only Fish Don’t Take Bait?”, organized by The Stefan Batory Foundation (2004). He was also nominated for the Grand Press Journalist Prize (2003, 2012) and awarded with an honorable mention by the Polish Journalists Association (2007).

Tomasz Prusek published the novels „K.I.S.S.” (2014) and „P.I.I.G.S.” (2019), showing the dark side of the capital market. He is a co-author of following books: “Regulowany rynek kapitałowy w Polsce. Początki” (eng. „Regulated capital market in Poland. Beginnings”) and „Raport roczny spółki publicznej” (eng. „Annual report of a public company”).

Participates in the sessions:

  • The National Recovery Plan – reforms, programmes and investments

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