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Scandi Standard names new Head of M&A, Financing and IR

November 1, 2016
Food & Drink

Henrik Heiberg has been recruited as new Head of Mergers and Acquisitions, Equity and Debt Financing and Head of Investor Relations, within Scandi Standard.

Henrik Heiberg started his career in investment banking in London and Oslo specializing in public and private M&A. He joined Marine Harvest at its inception in 2006, where he served nine years as the group’s Finance Director. Most recently he has served as a general advisor to certain listed companies.

Heiberg has a MSc degree from the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) and a Major in Finance from the Stockholm School of Economics.

“I am very happy that Henrik has joined the group in this important role. With his solid experience I am sure he will contribute in building long term shareholder value, comments Scandi Standards CEO Leif Bergvall Hansen.

Henrik Heiberg joins the company from November 1, 2016. He will be based at the group headquarters in Stockholm.

Source: Scandi Standard

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