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Vestas Wind Systems A/S has named Marika Fredriksson the company's new chief financial officer (CFO) and member of the executive management, effective May 1. Vestas says Dag Gunnar Andresen, who became CFO last April, has decided to leave the company due to personal reasons.

According to the company, Fredriksson has extensive experience in the role of CFO with 15 years in various industries and companies such as Gambro (2009-2012), Autoliv (2008-2009) and Volvo Construction Equipment (1996-2008).

“In Marika Fredriksson, we have found a new CFO with the caliber and capabilities addressing Vestas’ needs. I would like to thank Dag Andresen for his contribution to the company during the past year,” says Bert Nordberg, Vestas’ chairman of the board.



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