Julia Reuszner has been appointed new Chief Risk Officer (CRO) of Intrum. She joins from Pepins Group AB, a digital equity funding platform, where she is currently the CEO.
Reuszner has a broad background from both the financial sector and the e-commerce industry, and her previous roles include CFO and later acting CEO of the Adlibris Group. She has extensive experience of M&A and investments from Adlibris, Pepins and the private equity firm Capman, where she held the role as Investment Director. She began her career at Lehman Brothers, based in London, focusing on investments within the European Industrial sector.
“I am really pleased to welcome Julia to Intrum”, says Mikael Ericson, President and CEO of Intrum. “Her background in international corporate finance, M&A and investment activities will be highly valuable as well as her CEO and board level experience. Julia’s commercial profile, in combination with her governance experience, will provide for a sound investment perspective.”
Reuszner succeeds Johan Brodin, who was recently appointed Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Intrum.
“I would like to thank Johan for the excellent job he has done as CRO over the last nine years when Intrum has seen an extensive growth and expansion. I am also very pleased that he has accepted to take on the important role as CTO. Intrum is now accelerating the transformation as the market leader of our industry, and IT will play a key role in the harmonisation and centralisation of our processes, systems and operations”, says Mikael Ericson.
Johan Brodin will hold both the CRO and CTO roles until Julia Reuszner joins Intrum mid-August 2020. Reuszner will be part of Intrum’s Group Management Team and report to Mikael Ericson.
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