ČEB Supervisory Board
Chairman, Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic
Member, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic
Between 1991 and 1993 Ing. Miroslav Zámečník worked as Head of Centre of Economic Analysis in the Office of the President of the Czech Republic. Between 1994 and 1998 he worked in the Head Office of the World Bank in Washington D.C. Thereafter, he held the position of Deputy Director of the Revitalization Agency, where his was responsible especially for judicial settlement and restructuring of the companies of Zetor and Vítkovice. From 2009 he was a member of the National Economic Council of the Government of the Czech Republic (NERV). Since 2015 he is an external advisor to the Minister of Industry and Trade.
Member, Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic
Petr Teplý is a Professor of Finance at the Faculty of Finance and Accounting at University of Economics in Prague. He obtained his PhD degree at the Institute of Economic Studies of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in 2009. He also studied in Austria, the United States of America and New Zealand. He worked for five years in ČSOB Bank at various positions at the Department of Planning and Controlling, Restructuralization, Legal and Forensic Projects. He also participated in internship in the investment bank Spencer Clarke in New York. For the next six years, he held the position of Project Manager in company EEIP, a.s. for the field of Corporate Finance, Energy, EU Funding and Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA). Prof. Petr Teplý regularly lectures at conferences and universities around the world. He has written or co-authored of over 150 research papers and 10 books. He has been awarded many times for his significant academic activities. He is actively employed at Charles University and University of Economics, where he lectures banking, finance and risk management. Currently, Petr is not a member of any authorities in any other company.