Organizational changes in Kopenhagen Fur's management


Kopenhagen Fur's Board has taken steps to a generational change in Kopenhagen Fur's top management in collaboration with CEO Torben Nielsen.

Torben has decided to resign from his position as CEO by the end of 2016 at the latest. The Board has taken note of Torben's wish and with effect from 1 April 2015, they have appointed Kenneth Loberg as Deputy CEO.

As a consequence of the increasingly important role of the trade's relations with the surrounding society, it has been decided to appoint Sander Jacobsen as Director of Public Affairs, including communications, trade political work, contact to the authorities and safeguarding of the trade's interests within the trade organizations.

Kenneth is a graduate engineer and has an MBA degree. Kenneth was previously CEO of Skako Lift A/S and WinGroup / Windoor. Since 2010, Kenneth has been employed with Kopenhagen Fur, first as Sales Manager and later as responsible for Marketing and Business Development.

Sander is a graduate in political science and has previously worked with the Liberal Party, Nordea Group and the Local Banks' Association. Since 2000, Sander has been Manager of Communications at Kopenhagen Fur.

Kopenhagen Fur's executive management team consists of CEO Torben Nielsen, Deputy CEO Kenneth Loberg, Director of Public Affairs Sander Jacobsen, Director of Farmer Services Jesper Lauge Christensen, CFO Kåre Alfsen, Director of Productions Søren Valentin, Director of Quality Bjarne Rasmussen, HR Manager Peter Kobjevsky and Chief Corporate Legal Officer Lars Skjoldegaard.

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