Anders Onarheim, Managing Director of Carnegie’s Norwegian operations, Carnegie ASA, is leaving Carnegie and will be succeeded by Natasja Henriksen.
The decision that Anders Onarheim is leaving Carnegie was reached in consensus with the Board of Carnegie ASA and Anders Onarheim. The decision was made due to differences over future strategy to concerning Carnegie ASA.
“We would like to thank Anders Onarheim for his long-term contribution to Carnegie and wish him good luck in the future. The recruitment process to find his successor has been initiated,” says Frans Lindelöw, CEO of Carnegie and Chairman of the Board of Carnegie ASA.
“It has been a privilege to head Carnegie ASA for the past 16 years. I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude over the time spent here and to wish Natasja Henriksen and the organisation every success in the future,” says Anders Onarheim.
Natasja Henriksen, who has worked at Carnegie since 2008, most recently as Head of Carnegie Securities Finance in Norway, will assume the position of Managing Director of Carnegie ASA until a permanent successor has been appointed.
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