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Anders Hägg new CFO for Scandi Standard

July 19, 2016
Food & Drink

Anders Hägg is recruited as new CFO for Nordic chicken producer Scandi Standard (STO:SCST). Anders is currently CFO for Arla Foods UK and was previously CFO for Arla Foods in Sweden for 4 years.

Anders has extensive experience from senior positions in the food industry. He has been with Arla since 2010. Previously, he was in the Unilever group during 15 years, in several senior positions within finance in different markets and countries. He has an MBA from Gothenburg School of Economics.

“With Anders, we get a very competent and internationally merited leader that together with the team will support Scandi in the expansive growth journey we are on”, comments Leif Bergvall Hansen, CEO.

Anders Hägg will take up his position no later than December 31, 2016. He will be based at the group headquarters in Stockholm.

Source: Scandi Standard

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