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Magnus Heimburg, new CFO of Perstorp

September 9, 2014
Chemical Value Chain
Magnus Heimburg has been appointed new CFO of Perstorp Holding AB as of December 1, 2014. Magnus is an experienced senior executive with experience from various management positions in companies like Scancem and Swedish Match. During the last eight years, Magnus has worked for Preem as CFO, leading a centralized finance function with around 140 employees.
 
“I’m very excited to be able to welcome Magnus as a highly experienced and senior executive to the Perstorp Group and as the newest member to the executive leadership team”, Perstorp President & CEO Jan Secher comments on today’s announcement. “We have ambitious growth and profitability targets in the strategic plan, and I truly look forward to working with Magnus to realize this plan.”
 
“I am delighted and excited to join Perstorp. Over the years, I have always recognized and admired Perstorp for its long heritage in combination with a global leadership across key technologies and products. I am extremely proud to join Perstorp and very confident that I, with my background and experience, will be able to contribute to a continued success and a great future for the company”, says Magnus Heimburg.
 
Magnus is 47 years old and holds a BSc in Business Administration from the University of Lund, Sweden.
 
Source: Perstorp

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