She holds a degree in business administration with a specialization in corporate financial management and an Advance Leadership Program from the ICAN Institute at the Harvard Business Review. She also graduated from the University of Cambridge.
From 1994 to 2016, she worked at Bank Zachodni WBK of the Santander Group. She led the implementation of strategic projects, including the introduction of a new branch model, MiniBank24 electronic banking. She was responsible for the restructuring and optimization of banking processes. From 2005 she headed the Logistics and Real Estate Area, and in 2008 she became a member and then chairman of the supervisory board of BZ WBK Real Estate. Since 2012, she was responsible for the organizational culture transformation project “New Generation Bank” and took the position of director of the HR Partnership Area. After successfully implementing a number of strategic projects, in 2015 she became a member of the Board of Directors of BZ WBK.
In 2016, she was appointed CEO of Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK). This is a state-owned development bank that initiates and implements programs to promote economic development and improve the quality of life in Poland. Beata Daszyńska-Muzyczka has prepared BGK’s new strategy, which focuses on the implementation of activities envisaged in the government’s Responsible Development Strategy for Poland. Since June 2019, she has served as chairwoman of the supervisory board of the Trilateral Fund. The Fund’s mandate is to finance infrastructure in the Tri-Portuguese countries to promote EU integration and economic cohesion.