At the beginning of May our team in Warsaw welcomed Magdalena Załubska-Król as a Senior Advisor & Financial Services Lead. Magdalena will manage projects run by the agency for financial services and technology companies operating in the FS sector.

“In H+K we’re constantly looking to build a team of the highest calibre in terms of both skills and knowledge, so that our consultants understand the specifics of our clients’ businesses and the markets they operate in. Our sector specialization, combined with access to top-notch communication tools and H&K’s group wide international capabilities allows us to successfully implement the most challenging communications projects for our clients both locally and globally. I’m very happy that our financial services and fintech practice is now enriched with the knowledge of one of Poland’s most experienced specialists in financial communication,” says Grzegorz Szczepański, CEO Hill+Knowlton Strategies Poland.

Magdalena Załubska-Król is a seasoned specialist in corporate communication, with strong focus on financial market institutions and tech companies operating in this market. She has almost 20 years’ experience working both inhouse at large banks and managing an independent PR advisory practice. 

Before joining H+K Magdalena was an entrepreneur and spent almost 10 years building a public relations consulting company specializing in business-to-business, financial and digital communications. Magdalena has led teams which have implemented numerous, successful campaigns in the areas of financial communication, crisis management, change management, M&A and new brand launches. She has supervised projects for clients, including Deutsche Bank, KIR, Santander, Haitong Bank, mBank, BGK, BIK, BIG, Wonga, MoneyGram, ITMAGINATION, PKP CARGO or PKL – Polish Cable Cars. Previously she has also worked, amongst other roles, as a deputy spokesperson at Bank Pekao SA. ​

Magdalena graduated in journalism from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. She has also completed post graduate studies in capital market communications and investor relations at the Warsaw School of Economics and social psychology at SWPS University.