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Anette Willumsen has been appointed Regional Managing Director, Northern Europe for the combined Lindorff and Intrum Justitia

Press Release   •   Jun 30, 2017 08:43 GMT

The Managing Director of Lindorff in Norway, Anette Willumsen, has been appointed as Regional Managing Director, Northern Europe for the merged Lindorff and Intrum Justitia. Willumsen will be part of the Group Management Team and report to Mikael Ericson, CEO & President of the combined company.

The new management team in Intrum Justitia AB was presented today, after the combination of Lindorff and Intrum Justitia was formally completed this week.

Balanced management team

I am very pleased with the composition of the new management team, and I am sure that they possess the expertise and management skills necessary to take this combined company to the next level. I am also very pleased that Anette has accepted to take on the role of Regional Managing Director for Northern Europe, thereby leading one of the largest business units in the entire company. Anette has delivered very strong results over time, and I'm sure she will pursue a strong client focus in the region going forward, "says Mikael Ericson, CEO & President of Intrum Justitia AB.

Ericson has placed great importance on utilizing the core strengths of both Lindorff and Intrum Justitia, and that the new management team also should reflect this. The new management team is very balanced, and the company was in the fortunate situation that both management teams had great candidates for the roles in the new team.

Responsibility for Norway Sweden, Denmark, Finland and the Baltics

As Regional Managing Director for Northern Europe, Anette will have responsibility for Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and the Baltics. The entity has almost 1800 employees.

“I am looking forward to leading the combined company in Europe's probably most advanced credit management services market. Since both Lindorff and Intrum Justitia have started in the Nordic region, I feel in many ways that I have become responsible for the flagship region”, says Anette Willumsen.

Strengthen Nordic cooperation

Willumsen guarantees that the Nordic clients will notice that the world’s leading credit management services company is located in her region.

“Many of our large international clients have started to organize themselves regionally, and they also expect their suppliers to become regional partners and provide good integrated services across borders. We will focus on combining the Lindorff and Intrum culture, innovating across borders and developing with the clients”, says Willumsen.

Anette Willumsen has been the Managing Director of Lindorff in Norway for five and a half years, and the last year she has also been the regional coordinator for Lindorff in the Nordic region. Anette has also been the acting chief executive of Lindorff in Denmark. She has previously served as Director of Clients and Sales in Lindorff Norway, and has background from several other commercial roles in Lindorff, EDB Business Partner (EVRY) and VM Data.

About Lindorff:

Lindorff has been in the business of helping people manage credit for over 100 years. Its headquarters are located in Oslo, Norway, the same city as Eynar Lindorff founded the company back in 1898. Today it has 4,400 people in 12 countries across Europe helping customers back to a life of sustainable spending. The company which offers services within debt collection and debt purchase as well as payment and invoicing services. In 2016 Lindorff generated EUR 647 million in net revenue (2015 EUR 534 million). For further information, please visit

About Intrum Justitia:

Intrum Justitia offers comprehensive services, including purchase of receivables, designed to measurably improve clients’ cash flows and long-term profitability. Founded in 1923, Intrum Justitia has some 4,000 employees in 20 markets. Consolidated revenues amounted to SEK 6.1 billion in 2016. Intrum Justitia AB is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since 2002. For further information, please visit

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