SBC News Catena restructures board following departure of Anders Brandt

Catena restructures board following departure of Anders Brandt

SBC News Catena restructures board following departure of Anders Brandt
Øystein Engebretsen – Catena Media

Stockholm-listed industry affiliate marketing network Catena Media has moved to restructure its Board of Directors following the resignation of Anders Brandt.

A board member since 2015, Brandt has voluntary resigned from Catena governance to pursue ‘personal interests and new assignments’.

Updating investors, Catena Media Group Chairman Kathryn Moore Baker confirmed the appointment of Øystein Engebretsen as Brandt’s replacement on the company’s Board of Directors.

Engebretsen is the current Head of Investment for Swedish insurance group AB Öresund.

A seasoned leadership executive in enterprise management and financing structures, Engebretsen is currently a governance advisor to INSR Insurance Group ASA, Scandi Standard AB and Projektengagemang Sweden AB.

“We thank Anders for his very well-accomplished and professional work on the board and welcome Øystein as a new member of the board of directors” Kathryn Moore Baker detailed to investors.

Moore Baker and Catena Media’s ‘Nomination Committee’ will move to officially install Engebretsen as a corporate director at the firm’s next Annual General Meeting.

In addition to Øystein Engebretsen appointment, the Catena Board of Directors will be composed of Kathryn Moore Baker (Chairman), Andre Lavold, Henrik Persson Ekdahl, Mathias Hermansson, Mats Alders and Cecilia Qvist as Corporate Directors.

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