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Lindorff appoints Anne Louise Eberhard as head of Debt Collection Sales

Press Release   •   Oct 17, 2016 05:58 GMT

Lindorff, the leading full-service European credit management service provider, today announces that Anne Louise Eberhard (53) is appointed Executive Vice President Debt Collection Sales, Lindorff Group.

Anne Louise Eberhard has for several years held senior positions at Danske Bank latest as Senior Executive VP and Global Head of Corporate & Institutional Banking. She is a Board Member in several companies, including Financial Stability SOV, and a Faculty Member at CBS Executive (Copenhagen Business School). Anne has a Master of Law degree from University of Copenhagen, a Diploma in IT/Management Accounting from CBS, and leadership education from Harvard Business School, INSEAD and CBS. Ms. Eberhard joins the Group Executive Committee and will report to CEO Klaus-Anders Nysteen.

- With the appointment of Anne Louise Eberhard we strengthen our Executive Team at Lindorff, says CEO Klaus-Anders Nysteen. – She brings with her significant commercial experience after an impressive career in the European finance sector. I’m really looking forward to having her on board as we are about to enter into new chapters of the Lindorff journey, says Nysteen.

- I’m excited about the opportunity to join the Lindorff Group and to take part in its further expansion. Lindorff is a European leader in its area and I see great potential for growth in the third party debt collection and related business areas, says Anne Louise Eberhard.

Anne Louise Eberhard starts in her new position today.

About Lindorff

Founded in 1898, Lindorff is the leading full-service European credit management service provider, offering services within debt collection and debt purchase as well as payment and invoicing services.

The company has 4300 employees in 13 countries with headquarters in Oslo, Norway. In 2015 Lindorff generated EUR 534 million in net revenue (2014: EUR 475 million).
Lindorff is majority owned by Nordic Capital Fund VIII.

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