Susanne Andersson has been appointed new CFO of Nordic Mines
PRESS RELEASE, 13 November 2012
Susanne Andersson has been appointed new CFO of Nordic Mines AB [publ] and will be part of the company's executive management team. Susanne has an international Bachelor of Business Administration from the USA and 15 years international experience from various financial- and management roles within the telecom industry.
Susanne was most recently working at Ericsson within its Investor relations department and previously held positions within financial control and as CFO for subsidiary within the group.
The present CFO, Göran Gustafsson, will continuously take up a position as Senior Advisor within Nordic Mines. "Susanne has a solid background in financial management and analysis. With Susanne on board, we further strengthen our management team," says Michael Nilsson, CEO of Nordic Mines.
For more information, please contact: Michael Nilsson, CEO, Phone: +46 (0)18-843 4501, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
För mer information om Nordic Mines, vänligen se; www.nordicmines.se
The information above has been made public in accordance with the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was published at 16.20 (CET) on Nov 13, 2012.
Nordic Mines is a Nordic mining and exploration company whose goal is to be one of the leading gold producers in Europe and a role model in respecting the environment. The company started mining gold in the Laiva mine in Finland in summer 2011. These gold deposits are among the largest in the Nordic region. Exploration is in progress in Finland and Sweden. Nordic Mines has 118 employees and its head office is in Uppsala. The Nordic Mines share is traded on the Nasdaq OMX Mid Cap list in Stockholm.
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Source: Nordic Mines AB via Thomson Reuters ONE
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