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Cathrine Klouman appointed Chief Operating Officer of the combined Intrum Justitia and Lindorff

Press Release   •   Jun 30, 2017 09:24 GMT

Cathrine Klouman

(Norwegian version below)

The new Group Management Team of the combined Intrum Justitia and Lindorff was announced today, and Cathrine Klouman (53) has been appointed to the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO) with responsibility for IT, Shared Services and for driving the innovation and digitalisation initiatives. Klouman will be part of the Group Management Team and report to Mikael Ericson, CEO & President of the combined company. Klouman held a similar position in the Lindorff Group and her new role will in the combined company in addition include operational processes.

– I'm very pleased to have Cathrine Klouman in charge of these important areas in our combined organisation. She has a proven track record from the IT, automotive and finance industries and has been a driver for successful digitalisation in Lindorff, says Mikael Ericson.

– I'm excited to continue the journey and contribute to digitalisation and efficient operations in what is now the world's leading CMS organisation. We have a unique opportunity to develop the best solutions in the industry, says Cathrine Klouman.

Klouman held the position at Lindorff as EVP Lindorff Business Partner and Group CIO since January 2016. Klouman has more than 20 year's experience from both the IT- and Financial Services industries, and held different senior positions within IBM, Bank-Axept and DNB. Previous to her position at Lindorff she was Chief Information and Digital Officer in MøllerGruppen (The Møller Group). She is currently Member of the Board in Infotjenester AS. Cathrine holds an MSc in Business Administration from the Norwegian Business School (BI) and extended courses from MIT Sloan School of Management.

Norwegian version:

Cathrine Klouman er utnevnt som Chief Operating Officer i det sammenslåtte Lindorff og Intrum Justitia

Den nye konsernledelsen i det sammenslåtte Lindorff og Intrum Justitia ble annonsert denne uken og Cathrine Klouman (53) har blitt utnevnt til rollen som Chief Operating Officer (COO) med ansvar for IT, Shared Services og for å drive innovasjons- og digitaliseringsinitiativer. Klouman vil sitte i konsernledelsen og rapportere til Mikael Ericson, konsernsjef i det sammenslåtte selskapet. Klouman hadde en lignende rolle i Lindorff Group og hennes nye posisjon vil i tillegg inkludere ansvar for operasjonelle prosesser.

– Jeg er glad for at Cathrine Klouman skal ha ansvar for disse viktige områdene i vår nye sammenslåtte organisasjon. Hun har bred erfaring fra IT, bilbransjen og den finansielle sektor og har vært en pådriver for vellykkede digitaliseringsprosesser i Lindorff, sier Mikael Ericson.

– Jeg gleder meg til å fortsette reisen og bidra til digitalisering og effektive operasjonelle prosesser i det som nå er verdens ledende kreditthåndteringsselskap. Vi har en unik mulighet til å utvikle de beste løsningene og prosessene i denne industrien, sier Cathrine Klouman.

Klouman kommer fra stillingen i Lindorff som EVP Lindorff Business Partner og Group CIO siden januar 2016. Hun har mer enn 20 års erfaring fra IT- og finanssektoren og har hatt ulike lederstillinger i IBM, Bank-Axept og DNB. Før hun kom til Lindorff var hun Chief Information and Digital Officer i MøllerGruppen. Klouman har hatt en rekke styreverv i både offentlig og privat sektor og er for tiden styremedlem i Infotjenester AS. Hun har en MSc i Business Administration fra Handelshøyskolen BI og tilleggsutdanning fra MIT Sloan School of Management.

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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