New appointments to AINMT Holdings AB’s board of directors
Stockholm, 3 July 2015 – Hans-Holger Albrecht and Trygve Lauvdal have been elected onto the Board of Directors of AINMT Holdings AB.
AINMT Holdings AB is the parent company of ice.net in Norway, Net1 in Sweden and Denmark and AINMT International Holdings BV.
“Hans-Holger and Trygve bring valuable experience and know-how from the international and Norwegian markets. We are very pleased that they have accepted their roles,” says, Jörg Mohaupt, a non-executive director of AINMT Holdings AB and Head of Media and Telecoms at AINMT’s majority shareholder, Access Industries.
Hans-Holger Albrecht is CEO of Deezer, one of the largest music streaming services worldwide. Deezer offers more than 35 million tracks in over 180 countries to currently more than 16 million active monthly users. Prior to this Albrecht was President and CEO of Millicom International, the international telecom and media group, operating in more than 16 countries in Latin America and Africa.
Before this, Albrech was President and CEO at Modern Times Group MTG AB. Before joining MTG, Albrecht worked for Luxembourg-based media group CLT, where he was responsible for all television activities and business development in Germany and Eastern Europe. Albrecht has studied at the University of Freiburg in German and received a Master of Laws degree (LLM) from the Ruhr University Bochum.
Trygve Lauvdal is a portfolio manager at RASMUSSENGRUPPEN AS, a position he assumed in November 2010. He has nine years of equity research experience from DnB, specializing in the technology sector from 2001 to 2008 and the industrial- and renewable energy sector from 2008 to 2010. Trygve is a Norwegian citizen and holds a PhD in engineering cybernetics from NTNU. He started his career at ABB in 1997. Mr Laudal is also a director of Avantor AS and B2 Holding AS.
Rasmussengruppen holds a 29.5 percent ownership share in OTC-listed AINMT AS, which in turn holds 22.2 percent of AINMT Holdings AB.
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Endre Aaberg Johansen, Corporate Communications AS
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