Castellum's CIO Leaves the Company

Nordic CIO Erika Olsén has decided to leave Castellum for a new assignment outside the group. She is employed until December 31 and will remain in office until successor has been appointed.

2018-08-08

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Erika Olsén. Image: Castellum
Erika Olsén.

Since November 2015, Erika Olsén has been part of Group Management with overall responsibility for the development of Castellum's property portfolio. She has been part of the successful positioning of the portfolio by actively initiating, planning and implementing a number of extensive investments and sales with the aim of continually improving Castellum's geographical investments in the metropolitan regions of the Nordic region. One example is Castellum's recently completed investment in Helsinki, which is a first object for continued eastward development.

"I want to sincerely thank Erika for her wholehearted engagement in Castellum and for her solid efforts in the development of the Group's property portfolio and wish her the best of luck for the future," says Henrik Saxborn, Castellum's CEO.

The process of recruiting a successor has been initiated.




Axel Ohlsson
axel@nordicpropertynews.com

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