Lindorff Group today announces that Cathrine Klouman (52) is appointed Executive Vice President of a new joint unit with responsibility for IT, Digitalisation and Human Resources (HR).
louman leaves the position as Chief Information and Digital Officer in MøllerGruppen (The Møller Group), one of Northern Europe’s leading car groups, known for import, sales and service of VW, Audi and Skoda. She has significant experience from both the information technology and financial services industries, and has held different senior positions with IBM, Bank Axept, Gjensidige NOR and DNB. She also has extensive board experience, and is currently Chairman of the Board in The Norwegian Computer Society and Member of the Board in the life insurance company KLP. Klouman holds an MSc in business administration from the Norwegian Business School (BI) and extended courses from MIT Sloan School of Management. She joins the Executive Team and will report to CEO Klaus-Anders Nysteen.
– I am very pleased to welcome Cathrine to our team at Lindorff Group. Her broad experience from the IT, automotive and financial services industries will strengthen our team as we now merge the areas that are so important for both our employees and customers, says Klaus-Anders Nysteen, CEO of Lindorff Group.
– Lindorff stands out as a successful successful company headquartered in Norway and with a leading position in its domain internationally. For me, this is an exciting opportunity, and I look forward to take part in the transition which involves the company’s two of the most important assets – people and information technology, says Cathrine Klouman.
Klouman will join Lindorff Group on January 1st.
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 3700 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. www.lindorff.com