Change in Capio’s Nomination Committee’s proposal for Board members for the Annual General Meeting 2017
As announced on 23 March 2017, the Nomination Committee of Capio AB (publ) resolved to propose to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on 3 May 2017 the election of Karl Åberg, Michael Wolf and Gunilla Rudebjer as new Board members. Since the Nomination Committee has been informed that Karl Åberg, due to a new engagement, no longer is available for election, the Nomination Committee has revised its proposal and now proposes the election of Joakim Rubin, Michael Wolf and Gunilla Rudebjer as new Board members.
As announced on 23 March, the Nomination Committee furthermore proposes re-election of the Board members Gunnar Németh, Fredrik Näslund, Birgitta Stymne Göransson, Pascale Richetta and Michael Flemming and that Michael Wolf is elected as new Chairman of the Board.
Anders Narvinger and Gun Nilsson have declined re-election.
For further information on the Nomination Committee’s proposal and its updated reasoned statement, refer to www.capio.com.
The Nomination Committee, in anticipation of the 2017 AGM, consists of Robert Furuhjelm (Nordic Capital VI Limited), Joakim Rubin (Zeres Capital), Per Hesselmark (R12 Kapital), Per Colleen (Fjärde AP-fonden), Bo Lundgren (Swedbank Robur fonder) and the Chairman of the Board Anders Narvinger. Robert Furuhjelm is the Chairman of the Nomination Committee.
Summary of biographies, new Board members
Joakim Rubin (born 1960) is founder and CIO of Zeres Capital, based in Stockholm. Prior to founding Zeres, Joakim was a senior partner at CapMan, and Head of its Public Market Fund, and before that Joakim was Head of Corporate Finance and Debt Capital Markets at Handelsbanken. Joakim is currently a board member of ÅF and Cramo and serves as Chairman of the Nomination Committee of Eltel. He holds a M.Sc. in Engineering from Linköping University.
Michael Wolf (born 1963) most recent position was as President & CEO of the Swedish/Baltic banking group Swedbank AB (publ). Prior to joining Swedbank, Michael was President & CEO of Intrum Justitia AB and before that he held several different leading positions at the insurance company Skandia, including CEO Skandia Group Germany, CIO Skandia Group and Executive Vice President, Head of Division Europe & Latin America. Michael is currently Chairman of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and the Anna Lindh Academy. He holds a Degree in Business and Administration from Stockholm University.
Gunilla Rudebjer (born 1959) is currently partner at Blomqvist & Rudebjer HB. Gunilla has extensive experience from the service industry and has held several positions as Chief Financial Officer in both public and private companies, such as Scandic Hotels, Cision, Parks & Resorts Scandinavia, Mandator and TUI Nordic. Gunilla serves as Board member and Chairman of the Audit Committee in Ambea AB. She holds a M.Sc. of Business and Economics from Stockholm School of Economics.
For further information, please contact:
Robert Furuhjelm, Chairman of the Nomination Committee
Telephone: +46 76 111 34 14
The information was submitted for publication at 08:55 CET on April 27, 2017.
Capio AB (publ) is a leading, pan-European healthcare provider offering a broad range of high quality medical, surgical and psychiatric healthcare services through its hospitals, specialist clinics and primary care units. Since the Danish operation was acquired at the beginning of 2017, Capio operates in five countries; Sweden, Norway, Denmark, France and Germany. In 2016, Capio’s 12,435 employees provided healthcare services during 4.7 million patient visits across the Group’s facilities, generating net sales of MSEK 14,069. Capio operates across three geographic segments: Nordic (54% of Group net sales 2016), France (38% of Group net sales 2016) and Germany (8% of Group net sales 2016). For more information about Capio, please see www.capio.com.