Robert Belkic proposed as new Board member of Storskogen

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The Nomination Committee in Storskogen Group AB proposes Robert Belkic as new Board member at the Annual General Meeting on 12 May 2023. Current Board member Bengt Braun has informed the Nomination Committee that he has declined re-election.

Robert Belkic, born 1970, is CFO of Hexagon since 2012, and has an extensive experience within strategic matters, M&A and the financial markets. Robert Belkic has previous experience from the automotive industry and education services. Robert Belkic will leave his role as CFO of Hexagon in June 2023.

A more detailed presentation of Robert Belkic will be made available on Storskogen’s webpage as soon as the notice to the Annual General Meeting is published.

“We are happy to propose Robert Belkic as new member of the Board of directors in Storskogen. With vast experience from M&A and a decentralised way of working, Robert will contribute to Storskogen’s continued growth and value creation. We would also like to thank Bengt Braun for his considerable contribution to the Board of directors over the past few years”, says Liv Gorosch, Chairman of the Nomination Committee.

The complete proposals from the Nomination Committee will be announced in the notice to the Annual General Meeting to be held in Stockholm on 12 May 2023.

The Nomination Committee for the 2023 Annual General Meeting consists of:

  • Liv Gorosch (Chairman), appointed by A-shareholders,
  • Ronnie Bergström, appointed by A-shareholders,
  • Dick Bergqvist, appointed by AMF,
  • Monica Åsmyr, appointed by Swedbank Robur Fonder.

In addition, the Chairman of the Board of directors, Annette Brodin Rampe, is co-opted to the Nomination Committee.

For more information, please contact:

Liv Gorosch, Chairman of the Nomination Committee
+46 70 433 26 44

Oscar Stjerngren, Head of IR
+46 70 879 87 69

About Storskogen

Storskogen is an international group of businesses across Trade, Industry, and Services. We are uniquely positioned to identify, acquire, and develop market leaders with sustainable business models over an infinite ownership horizon. Storskogen creates value by providing access to capital and strategic direction with active governance and a decentralised operational model. Storskogen has over 12,900 employees, generates SEK 37.4 billion RTM net sales on a proforma basis across a diversified group of businesses and is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.