Johan Wall resigns as CEO of Bisnode
Johan Wall leaves his position as CEO of Bisnode. Fredrik Åkerman, Business Area Director and CFO of Bisnode, has been appointed to serve as acting CEO until a replacement has been installed.
The Board of Directors of Bisnode has decided to recruit a new CEO for Bisnode. Fredrik Åkerman, Business Area Director and CFO, has been appointed to serve as acting CEO. Johan Wall has been CEO of Bisnode since 2008.
Håkan Ramsin, Chairman of the Board of Bisnode, comments: “During his three years as CEO, Johan has successfully implemented a new business plan and strategy, and has carried out a refinement of the company’s business, which has been under way for some time. Johan has been clear that he cannot commit himself long-term to Bisnode. Therefore the Board has decided to begin recruitment of a new CEO who can fully focus on Bisnode’s long-term growth.”
Bisnode is one of Europe’s leading providers of digital business information with more than 3,000 employees in 17 countries in Europe. Bisnode’s business information services helps companies to increase sales, reduce business risks and improve their daily business decisions. The strategy is to focus on the core offering and maximise Group synergies to create growth opportunities.
For more information contact:
Håkan Ramsin, Chairman of Board of Bisnode
Mobile: +46 705 90 16 20
Fredrik Åkerman, CFO and Acting President and CEO of Bisnode
Direct: +46 8 558 059 35
Mobile: +46 70 4 15 23 65
Elin Ljung, Corporate Communications Director Bisnode
Direct: +46 8 558 059 57
Mobile: +46 708 66 10 40
Bisnode is one of Europe’s leading providers of digital business and decision support information, with a complete offering of online services for market, credit and business information. Bisnode’s business information services helps companies to increase sales, reduce business risks and improve their daily business decisions. Bisnode was founded in 1989 and has more than 3,000 employees in 17 European countries. Bisnode is owned 70 per cent by Ratos and 30 per cent by Bonnier. For more information visit www.bisnode.com