CONSULTANCY BUSINESS ÅF has recruited Stefan Johansson as its chief financial officer.
Johansson, who is an economics graduate, will take up the role at the beginning of November.
He has held several senior finance roles during his career, most recently he was CFO of parts manufacturer for commercial vehicles Haldex and prior to that was CFO of airline food catering business Duni.
“I am delighted to be able to welcome Stefan Johansson to ÅF. He has many years’ experience of industry and an impressive track record from industrial projects on markets both in Europe and in Asia, where ÅF is now expanding rapidly.
These and Stefan’s other merits will further strengthen the senior management team at ÅF,” said ÅF president, Jonas Wiström.
Johansson succeeds Jonas Ågrup who has been CFO since 2007. Ågrup is due to take up a CFO role at in-door climate control providers Munters.
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