Maciej Dyjas is Managing Partner and, along with Nebil Senman, co-owner of Griffin Capital Partners, the largest privately-owned investment and asset manager in private equity and real estate in the CEE region. Since their 2014 investment in the company, Griffin and its strategic partners have deployed some 3 billion EUR of equity into more than 20 deals. These investments have predominantly been in the realm of real estate platforms, technology, and consumer-related companies. Currently, Griffin co-owns and helps manage 13 companies, with a total Gross Asset/Enterprise value of some 7 billion EUR. Current investments are held with Griffin’s strategic partners such as ARES, Oaktree, PIMCO, Madison Realty, Bridgepoint, Redefine, Kajima, and WING. In its Warsaw office, Griffin employs a team of 52 professionals, with a combined track record of over 150 transactions over the last 25 years, and with a value totalling over 20 billion EUR.
Maciej Dyjas’ career started in consulting companies affiliated with Hewlett Packard in Germany and US. He then went on to become a co-investor/Partner, and subsequently Managing Partner and CEO at Eastbridge Group, an evergreen investment vehicle, majority owned by the Bruckner family. In tandem with his functions at Eastbridge, he held several executive and non-executive board positions controlled by the Group, including posts such as CEO of EMF, listed on the WSE, and CEO of DTH Capital in New York. In 2014, the year he left the Eastbridge Group, the company held assets of over 3 billion USD in the retail, consumer goods, and real estate sectors in CEE, the EU, and the US.
Maciej is a Polish-German national. He obtained a Master’s in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Warsaw, and subsequently pursued studies in business and psychology of management and communication in Stuttgart and Frankfurt.