SOLNA, Sweden--()--Regulatory News:
Carola Lavén will be the new President of NCC Property Development, commencing at the latest during April, 2013. She joins NCC from Atrium Ljungberg where she is currently Head of business development and member of the management team.
Carola Lavén has a long experience and deep understanding within real estate development and sales in different management positions. Carola has a broad and thorough expertise in the entire value chain within the property sector – from the role as property manager to developer and within transactions as letting. She has held executive positions in business development at Atrium Ljungberg (LjungbergGruppen) since 2003. Prior to this, she has worked at Drott and Skanska in various senior management positions as property manager and developer.
“I am convinced that Carola will make an important contribution to the growth of NCC property development business as well as to the development of the whole NCC. Her expertise and experience from the whole spectra of property projects - from development commercial buildings to housing projects – as well as her strong leadership skills, will be valuable to strengthen NCC’s position in the future,” says Peter Wågström, President and CEO of NCC AB.
She will commence as President for NCC Property Development at the latest during April 2013 and will be a member of NCC Group Management.
Carola Lavén holds a Master of Science (MSc) in Civil Engineering from The Stockholm Royal Institute of Technology. She is a member of the Federal Executive Board in BRIS since 2011.
This is the type of information that NCC could be obligated to disclose pursuant to the Securities Market Act. The information was issued for publication on February 25, 2013 at 10.30 CET.
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NCC is one of the leading construction and property development companies in the Nordic region. NCC had in 2012 sales of SEK 57 billion, with 18,000 employees.
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