Adam Maciejewski was the president and CEO of the Warsaw Stock Exchange from January 17, 2013 to July 2014. He was appointed to that position after the previous president, Ludwik Sobolewski, was fired following reports that he was involved in soliciting funds from companies listed on the exchange for a commercial movie featuring his girlfriend. 
Maciejewski worked for the Warsaw Stock Exchange starting in 1994. He served as director of the trading department and director of the trading and market development department. He was a member of the management board responsible for organization of trading, trading systems, technologies, and the derivatives market and was the main negotiator of the exchange's strategic agreements with NYSE Euronext.
He is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics. He did postgraduate tax studies at the Warsaw School of Economics and an MBA course at the University of Finance and Management. He has also completed the International Institute for Securities Markets Development organised by the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, DC.
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