On April 26 Mikael Ericson will assume his position as CEO of Carnegie. At that time, a few other changes will be made to the management group.
Per Axman, Group Head of the business areas Asset Management and Private Banking, has decided to leave Carnegie.
”Per Axman has put the wealth management business on the right track and the work will continue at full speed. I would like to thank Per Axman for all his efforts during his time at Carnegie”, says Anders Onarheim, acting CEO.
Carnegie’s management and Board of Directors are currently in the process of streamlining the organisation into two parts: Investment Bank and Wealth Management. Mikael Ericson will become acting Head of Wealth Management (Asset Management, Private Banking and Max Matthiessen) and will also become acting Head of business area Asset Management. Christoffer Folkebo will become the new Head of Private Banking while remaining CEO of Max Matthiessen.
Anders Onarheim, today acting CEO, will become Head of the Investment Bank, i.e. the business areas Securities and Investment Banking.
For further information, please contact:
Andreas Koch, Head of Information and IR, tel +46 8 676 86 39
This information is such that D.Carnegie AB must disclose in accordance with the Securities and Clearing Operations Act. The information was submitted for publication on 15 April 2008 at 08.50 CET.
Carnegie is a leading independent investment bank with Nordic focus. Carnegie provides value-added services in securities brokering, investment banking, asset management, and private banking, as well as pension advisory services to institutions, corporations and private clients. Carnegie has approximately 1,100 employees in eight countries and is listed on the Nordic Exchange.