Thomas Eriksson new President and CEO of Carnegie
The Board of Directors of Carnegie Holding has appointed Thomas Eriksson as the company’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. Thomas Eriksson has more than 20 years’ experience of wealth management and joins Carnegie from Swedbank Robur, where he is CEO and a member of Swedbank’s senior management.
Thomas Eriksson’s earlier positions include being Head of SEB Private Banking, heading asset management operations in Sweden for both SEB and Nordea and heading the savings area in the Nordea Group. Thomas Eriksson will take up his new position during the autumn.
“Thomas Eriksson has the right background and experience to lead Carnegie during its next phase. He is an experienced and growth-oriented leader who has successfully built up asset management and private banking operations. His assignment will include leading Carnegie towards greater efficiency, while positioning the company for future growth, both in the savings area and investment banking,” says Arne Liljedahl, Chairman of the Board.
“Carnegie is an exciting company with motivated and experienced employees and a strong brand. The company has entered a phase of change, entailing both efficiency enhancements and new initiatives. I look forward to participating in the development of the Carnegie Group over the coming years,” says Thomas Eriksson.
Carnegie’s current President and CEO, Frans Lindelöw, will consequently step down from his position. Pia Marions, the current CFO at Carnegie, will serve as President and CEO until Thomas Eriksson takes over.
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Arne Liljedahl, Chairman of the Board, contact via
Andreas Koch, Head of Communications, phone: 46 73 417 86 39, e-mail: email@example.com
Carnegie is a leading independent investment bank with Nordic focus. Carnegie provides value-added services in securities brokering, investment banking, private banking and asset management to institutions, corporations and private clients. Carnegie has approximately 800 employees in eight countries.