Nickel Mountain Group (NMG) recruits additional management team members in Oslo
Press release dated 2015-11-30
Nickel Mountain Group AB (publ) (“NMG”) is pleased to announce that the management team in Oslo has been strengthened by the recruitment of two new team members:
Mrs. Siv Farstad will take up the position as Executive Vice President HR with immediate effect. Siv is coming from a temporary HR Executive position in Kommunalbanken. Until May 15th 2015 she was the Senior Executive Vice President HR at Lindorff Group. Siv Farstad owns 2,000,000 NMG shares and will be allocated 1,500,000 NMG incentive options.
Mr. Oddgeir Hansen will take up the position as Chief Operating Officer with immediate effect. Oddgeir is coming from Chief Operating Officer position in Lindorff Group. Oddgeir owns 3,600,000 NMG-shares (via private company) and will be allocated 4,000,000 NMG incentive options.
For and on behalf of the Board of Directors of Nickel Mountain Group AB
Endre Rangnes (Chief Executive Officer)
For more information, please contact Endre Rangnes
Cell Phone: +47 48 211111
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