Electrolux has brought in Jonas Samuelson as its chief financial officer.
Samuelson joins the global retailer of home appliances from air treatment
company Munters, where he was CFO and executive vice president.
Prior to joining Munters, he held a number of key roles for General Motors,
including executive director of finance, North American sales & marketing
operations, and director business planning and analysis GM corporation, where he
was responsible for the global financial analysis and planning.
Lars Engström, chief executive officer Munters, said: ‘During his time at
Munters Jonas has been a key member of the group management team, and he has
personally driven several successful strategic initiatives, including several
acquisitions. Jonas solid business understanding and drive have been highly
appreciated throughout our group, and we wish him the best of luck in his new
role at Electrolux.’
Samuelson, who will begin his new role at the retailer later this year, takes
over from Fredrik Rystedt who becomes CFO at Nordea – a Nordic financial
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