Group Management

Management team

Peter Dahlgren VD
Peter Dahlgren
Chief Executive Officer
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Peter Dahlgren VD
Peter Dahlgren
Chief Executive Officer

Peter Dahlgren is Nordnet's CEO. He was born in 1972 and joined Nordnet in 2017. Previously he worked at SEB and since his employment started in SEB 2008, he has worked as Investment manager, Head of Institutional Clients, responsible for the savings organization, and most recently as Head of the business area Life, Pension & Asset Management. Prior to that he has worked for Nordea, Skandia Liv and the state-owned pension fund AP7.

Hannes Wadell CFO
Hannes Wadell
Chief Financial Officer
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Hannes Wadell CFO
Hannes Wadell
Chief Financial Officer

Hannes was born in 1970 and joined Nordnet in 2017. He has a MSc in International Business from Umeå University. Hannes most recently worked as deputy CFO and Treasurer at Klarna.

Jenny Garneij
Chief Human Capital Officer
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Jenny Garneij
Chief Human Capital Officer

Jenny was born in 1973. She joined Nordnet in 2013. Jenny holds an MBA from the University of Gothenburg and a BA in Linguistics from the University of Karlstad. She has previously worked at SEB and Accenture.

Carina Tovi
Carina Tovi
Chief Administration Officer
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Carina Tovi
Carina Tovi
Chief Administration Officer

Carina was born in 1965. She joined Nordnet in 2011. Carina has a MSc in Business and Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics. Carina is the President of Nordnet Pension AB. She was formerly employed by Swedbank Robur Fonder, among others.

Anders Danielsson Chief Commercial Officer Nordnet
Anders Danielsson
Chief Commercial Officer
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Anders Danielsson Chief Commercial Officer Nordnet
Anders Danielsson
Chief Commercial Officer

Anders was born in 1974. He joined Nordnet in 2017. Anders has a MSc in Corporate Finance from Stockholm School of Economics. He has previously worked at SEB and Bain & Company.

 

Tuva Palm
Tuva Palm
Chief Technology Officer
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Tuva Palm
Tuva Palm
Chief Technology Officer

Tuva, born 1974, started at Nordnet as a CTO 2016. She has a Master of Science in Engineering from The Royal Institute of Technology, and Economy & Business from Stockholm University. Tuva just recently comes from Klarna where she lead the business unit Consumer & Issuing that lead the expansion to UK and US. She has earlier been an Engineering Manager for the Java Platform, but started her career as a compiler engineer.

Sylvia Tande
Sylvia Tande
Head of Personal Loans
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Sylvia Tande
Sylvia Tande
Head of Personal Loans

Sylvia was born in 1984. She joined Nordnet in 2014. Sylvia has an MSc in Management Science & Finance from Southampton University and a degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Sheffield. She was formerly working at Klarna and EnterCard International specialising in building Collections & Recoveries strategies for lending products and prior to that, she trained for 2 years at Barclays Bank in London.

Hans Strömblad van Eijk
Hans Strömblad van Eijk
Chief Marketing & Analytics Officer
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Hans Strömblad van Eijk
Hans Strömblad van Eijk
Chief Marketing & Analytics Officer

Hans was born in 1981. He joined Nordnet in 2011. Hans holds an Executive MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics, an MSc in Industrial Management and a BSc in Business IT Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology. Hans previously worked at the mobile operator at 3 and was a Management Consultant at SP Consulting.

Eva Trouin
Eva Trouin
Country manager Sweden
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Eva Trouin
Eva Trouin
Country manager Sweden

Eva was born in 1976. She has been employed since 2013. Eva has a bachelor’s degree in Business Finance from Halmstad University and the University of Technology Sydney. She has previously worked at Swedbank Försäkring and Swedbank Robur.

Anders Skar
Anders Skar
Country manager Norway
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Anders Skar
Anders Skar
Country manager Norway

Anders was born in 1976. He joined Nordnet in 2005. Anders holds an MBA from the Norwegian School of Economics. Anders previously worked at Accenture.

Niklas Odenwall
Niklas Odenwall
Country manager Denmark
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Niklas Odenwall
Niklas Odenwall
Country manager Denmark

Niklas was born 1971. He joined Nordnet in 2011. He holds a Master’s degree in Politics, majoring in economics from Åbo Academy. Previously, Niklas was Country Manager of Nordnet Finland. Before that he worked as CEO of Infonet Finland and as a stockbroker at Conventum Securities.

Suvi Tuppurainen
Country manager Finland
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Suvi Tuppurainen
Country manager Finland

Suvi was born in 1976. She joined Nordnet in 2010. Suvi has a MSc in Economics from University of Tampere, Finland. She has worked in financial sector since 1998 and was formerly employed by eQ Bank.

Johan Tidestad
Johan Tidestad
Head of Communications
(co-opted member)
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Johan Tidestad
Johan Tidestad
Head of Communications
(co-opted member)

Johan was born in 1968. He joined Nordnet in 2007. Johan has a Master of Laws from Uppsala University. He was formerly employed by Bergsgård Petersson Fonder AB and E-Trade Sverige.

CEO and Group Management function

The CEO manages operations within the framework established by the Board. The applicable instruction for the CEO was adopted by the Board on 25 April 2017. The CEO produces the requisite information and decision data prior to Board meetings, presents issues and justifies proposals for decisions.

The CEO manages the work of the management team and makes decisions in consultation with other executive members. The management team holds weekly meetings at which they discuss operational issues. In addition, the team produces a business plan each year which is followed up via monthly reports. In addition to these weekly meetings, most members of the management team meet every day. The rapid development of the company means that daily contact is a must for management and leadership to function. The management team is made up of managers of essential business areas within the Nordnet Group.

Remuneration and benefits

The Boards of Nordnet AB (publ), Nordnet Bank AB, Nordnet Pensionsförsäkring AB and Nordnet Livsforsikring AS have, in accordance with established requirements, adopted a remuneration policy in order to establish a compensation system in each company that promotes fair and effective risk management and prevents an excessive risk taking.

Remuneration issues are prepared by each company’s board or, if applicable, the remuneration committee and later approved by each company’s board of directors. Each company’s board analyses all the risks which the Company is or may be exposed to, including the risks associated with the current remuneration policy. Based on the analysis the respective board identifies which employees are deemed to be employees whose work has a significant impact the company’s risk profile or staff that could affect the company’s risk level. Latest admitted analysis can be found here:

Redogörelse för Nordnets ersättningssystem och analys av risker förenade med ersättningssystemet (In Swedish) updated 27 March 2017

The Board of Nordnet AB (publ) provide in accordance with paragraph 10.3, third paragraph of the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance a report annually of the results of the evaluation which is made in accordance with paragraph 9.1, second and third paragraphs of the Swedish Code of Corporate Governance. Recent statements can be found here:

Redovisning av styrelsens utvärdering enligt punkt 10.3 tredje stycket Svensk kod för bolagsstyrning (Koden) (In Swedish) updated 29 March 2017

 

Remuneration and benefits to the CEO and other members of the management team is made up of a fixed amount, a variable amount, pension and other benefits.

Fixed

Fixed remuneration is individual and takes into consideration the individual executive’s areas of responsibility, experience, performance and results achieved. Nordnet is a valuation-governed company, which is why performance is also valued in relation to the company’s values.

Fixed remuneration to Nordnet’s previous CEO Håkan Nyberg for 2016 amounted to SEK 385,000 per month. For further info, see Note 12 in the Annual Report.

Variable

Variable remuneration can be paid according to a long-term performance-related share incentive scheme to reward, in advance, agreed results-based performance goals at Group level and considering risk-adjusted performance at team level and individual level. Read more about the performance-related share incentive scheme in the Annual Report.

With the exception of the CEO (see below), the Company has the same policy on pensions for the members of the Company management as for other employees. The pension scheme is a defined contribution plan. The premium for occupational pension insurance is based on age, salary and the basic amounts set out in the prevailing premium plan. For members of Company management who are not resident in Sweden, local rules leading to a pension under the same conditions are applied. The same policy should be applied to future pension commitments.

Pension contributions for the CEO are equivalent to 35 percent of base salary. Regarding pension costs, see the Annual Report for fiscal year 2016.

Other

Other non-monetary benefits to members of Company management shall facilitate Group Executive Management members’ performance and are determined by what is considered fair in relation to general market practice.

There are no special benefits for the corporate executive except for company cars subject to arrangements which are cost-neutral to the employer and healthcare insurance.

Notice and severance pay

The members of the Company management has between three and nine months’ notice period. During the notice period salary and other employment terms are valid.

The mutual notice period for the CEO is six months. The CEO will be entitled to severance pay equivalent to 12 months’ fixed remuneration if dismissed by the company. Severance pay is also applicable if the CEO’s employment is terminated as a consequence of a public buy-out bid concerning shares in the company.

The CEO of the company in addition to a mutual notice period of six months is entitled to severance pay equivalent to 12 times the monthly salary paid during the notice period. In addition, in the event that the Company would receive another main owner than the Öhman Group, and this in a fundamental way would change the role of the CEO in an unfavorable or negative direction by decreasing activity and reduced responsibilities, the CEO is entitled to retire with a severance payment equivalent to 12 times the fixed monthly salary, without deduction for any remuneration from a new employer.

Fixed salary during notice period and severance pay shall not exceed an amount equivalent to the fixed salary for 18 months.

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