Ahead of the Annual General Meeting of Nordnet AB (publ) on April 28, 2022, the Nomination Committee has announced its proposal regarding the Chairman of the Board and other board members.
The Nomination Committee proposes that the board shall consist of eight board members and no deputies.
The nomination committee proposes re-election of Tom Dinkelspiel, Anna Bäck, Jan Dinkelspiel, Karitha Ericson, Christian Frick, Charlotta Nilsson and Per Widerström. It is further proposed that Tom Dinkelspiel should be re-elected as Chairman of the Board.
Hans Larsson, who has been a board member of Nordnet since 2017, has declined re-election.
The nomination committee proposes election of Gustaf Unger as new board member.
Gustaf Unger is 48 years old and has a Master of Science in Engineering from KTH, a Master of Science in Business Administration and Economics from Stockholm University and a Ph.D. in Operations Research and Mathematical Finance from ETH Zurich. He has extensive experience from the financial industry and has previously been head of Private Banking at Nordea and CEO of Nordea’s pension company Nordea Life Holding. He has also worked at SEB, in the areas of asset management, Private Banking and Corporate Finance. Gustaf has previously also been a management consultant at McKinsey. Today, he holds the role of CEO of Intelligent Debt Financing, a start-up aiming at addressing the intrinsic inefficiencies characterizing commercial credit markets.
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Please note that this information is a translation of the press release that was sent out in Swedish on 2022-02-18: https://nordnetab.com/sv/press_release/valberedningens-forslag-till-styrelse-och-styrelseordforande-i-nordnet/ The information in this document has not been distributed as a press release.