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IDEX appoints Director of IR and Communication

November 7, 2016
Chemical Value Chain

In order to strengthen the Investor Relations function IDEX has hired Charlotte Knudsen a Director of IR and Communication. IDEX wishes to maintain an open and active dialogue with investors, analysts and other players in the capital markets.

Charlotte has almost two decades of experience with investor relations and communications. Her most recent position was Head of IR at Electromagnetic Geoservices, a company listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Prior roles include financial and corporate communication advisor at Crux Communications, and Business Manager at Hugin, a provider of financial information.

“I am delighted to welcome Charlotte to IDEX with her extensive experience in investor relations. The interest in IDEX from the financial market is increasing, and Charlotte will extend IDEX’s investor communications”, said Dr. Hemant Mardia, CEO of IDEX.

Source: IDEX ASA

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