The Board

The Board is responsible for formulating, reviewing and approving the Company’s strategy, budgets and corporate actions. The Company holds monthly board meetings.
  • David Wild, Chairman

    David Wild brings extensive experience in the consumer sector to the Board, including executive and non-executive roles at publicly listed companies. David was CEO of Domino’s Pizza Group, UK/ROI Master Franchisee, from 2014 until 2020, a period where the company expanded significantly through accelerated new store openings. Prior to that, he was CEO of Halfords plc and has prior senior executive experience at Walmart Stores Inc., Tesco Plc and RHM Foods Limited. David held a variety of positions at Tesco over an 18-year period including CEO Central Europe where he managed the entry into Poland and other adjacent territories.

    In addition to his executive experience, David was previously Senior Independent Director of both Premier Foods plc and Ten Entertainment Group plc. David has a degree in Chemistry from University College, Oxford.
  • Nils Gornall, Chief Executive Officer

    Nils Gornall is a veteran of Domino’s with 28 years of operational experience. Nils joined DPP’s board as CEO in August 2022. Nils is also currently the CEO of Domino’s Pizza Croatia. Nils opened Domino’s in the Croatian market in July 2020. Prior to that Nils acted in various roles for Domino’s Pizza Australia, including owning and operating a total of 20 stores as franchisee. Nils has a wealth of knowledge on all things Domino’s, and has been working in the QSR business his whole career.
  • Przemyslaw Glebocki, Non-Executive Director

    Przemyslaw Glebocki has more than 17 years of experience in private equity and corporate finance in Central Europe. He is a Co-Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer at Mezzanine Management. Prior to joining Mezzanine Management, Przemyslaw was with Ernst & Young’s Corporate Finance and Audit departments. He holds a Masters Degree in Finance and Banking from the Warsaw School of Economics and has pursued study programmes in the U.S. and the Netherlands. He currently sits on the boards of Dominium, Spearhead, PrimoCollect, Flucar, Private Equity Managers, Nettle, ATM and Netrisk. Przemyslaw is also Chairman of the LBO Committee at the Polish Private Equity and Venture Capital Association.
  • Jakub Chechelski, Non-Executive Director

    Jakub Chechelski is an Investment Director of Mezzanine Management in Poland. He has fifteen years of experience in corporate finance and private equity. Jakub joined Mezzanine Management from Bridgepoint, a leading European mid-cap fund where he spent over six years, covering the CEE region and working on a variety of projects. Prior to that he worked at Enterprise Investors, a leading CEE-focused fund. His sector experience is particularly strong in the consumer as well as business services space. Prior to his first role in private equity, Jakub worked for Ernst & Young Corporate Finance. Jakub graduated from the faculty of Finance and Banking at the Warsaw School of Economics.
  • Jeremy Dibb, Non-Executive Director

    Jeremy has a background working as an equity research analyst at Macquarie Capital Partners and Canaccord Genuity, where he was a director in the Metals and Mining Research team. Prior to this he worked at Cazenove Capital and Fidelity International. In his current role he sits on the Executive Committee of Kenmare Resources plc, a company listed on the premium segment of the London Stock Exchange, as Head of Corporate Development and Investor Relations. Jeremy is a CFA charterholder holder and holds an MBA from the University of Oxford.
  • Andrew Rennie, Non-Executive Director

    Andrew joined the military at age 16 as an Air Force Avionics’ technician and served 10 years, during this period he attended the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and graduated with a Bachelor of Technical Teaching.

    Andrew became a Franchisee of Silvio’s Dial-a-Pizza in 1994, which was awarded the highest sales and highest profit store in Australia in 1995. Silvio’s was then converted to Domino’s Pizza and Andrew became one of the biggest franchises owning 13 stores in 3 different states of Australia. After 10 years as a franchisee Andrew was asked to become the 4th shareholder of Domino’s Pizza Australia and he swapped his stores for stock in the private company. His role was then the National Corporate Operations director of 120 stores.

    In 2005 Domino’s Australia, then renamed Domino’s Pizza Enterprises, (DPE) listed on the ASX at a market Cap of $120m. In 2006 DPE purchased the MFA to France, Belgium and The Netherlands, Andrew moved with his family to France to become CEO of Domino’s Pizza France and Belgium. Over the next 4 years the store count was doubled to over 200 stores and sales were tripled, and profits went from loss making to profit making. In 2010 Andrew Moved back to Australia to take up the newly created role of COO Australia and New Zealand, and 12 months later he was named CEO. In 2014 Andrew was asked to relocate back to Europe to become CEO of the DPE European business, and during the next 6 years the business added Domino’s Germany which at the time had 13 stores, and today has +400 stores. In 2020 when Andrew retired from DPE the European business had grown from 155 stores in 3 countries to +1200 stores in 6 countries and profitability had grown more than 60x during this tenure. DPE’s market cap is now over $7B.

    Andrew now sits on various boards and is a shareholder in various businesses, including Domino’s Pizza Poland/Croatia.
  • Peter Furlong, Non-Executive Director

    Peter has a background working as a debt and equity proprietary trader with Morgan Stanley and RBS. Following this, he joined Pageant Holdings Limited, an Ireland-based family office where he is currently a Director. Pageant Holdings Limited specialises in investments in undervalued stocks and growth equity stories.
  • Edward Kacyrz’s, Group CFO

    Edward Kacyrz is a Chartered Accountant with 18 years of experience, during which time he has held a number of financial, strategy and management roles at Mars, Levi Strauss and Kimberly Clark in Poland. Having started his career in accounting and finance roles, Edward progressed into business development, corporate development and strategy at Velvet Care and most recently at Smyk, Poland’s leading toys and children apparel retailer.

Our Latest Reports

Click on our latest report covers
to view or download.