Jerzy Malek is a Polish national, the founder and the majority shareholder of Morpol. He is a serial entrepreneur and has established and run a variety of successful businesses in Poland and Australia, and has also lived and worked in Canada (1974–1976) and Australia (1980–1990). He has been active in fish businesses since 1990 and has been the Chief Executive Officer of Morpol since its establishment in 1996. Jerzy Malek, together with close associates, controls 76,731,705 shares in Morpol.
Spain and Portugal defend recovery plan for Iberian sardine Spain
Fisheries authorities from Spain and Portugal participated in a technical meeting with the services of the European Commission, to explain in detail the proposal of a multi-year management plan for the recovery of Iberian sardine prepared by both countries.
Minister rejects industry request on footage exempt New Zealand
Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash is committed to achieve transparency in the fisheries management system, so he discarded a request from the fishing industry to exempt footage collected on boats, as the Official Information Act requires.