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Swedish Club Names New CFO

Posted by June 11, 2015

  • Mikael Kromli (Photo: The Swedish Club)
  • Lim Sim Keat (Photo: The Swedish Club)
  • Mikael Kromli (Photo: The Swedish Club) Mikael Kromli (Photo: The Swedish Club)
  • Lim Sim Keat (Photo: The Swedish Club) Lim Sim Keat (Photo: The Swedish Club)
The Swedish Club announced the appointment of a new Chief Financial Officer, Mikael Kromli, who will take up the position on June 15, 2015 and will be based in Gothenburg.
Kromli, a Swedish national, brings with him experience in the corporate finance field, especially in the areas of investor relations, treasury and risk management in the insurance sector. A past CFO in Sweden’s Volvo Group and at TitanX, Kromli has also worked as CFO at Nobel Biocare, at the time a listed company on the Stockholm Stock Exchange. 
The Swedish Club used the occasion of the 2015 Annual General Meeting in Gothenburg to also welcome the election of Lim Sim Keat, Managing Director of the Dry Transport Logistics Division of the Singapore-based IMC Shipping Co. Pte, onto the Swedish Club board. IMC Shipping is part of the IMC Pan Asia Alliance Group – a privately-owned enterprise with a diverse range of business interests, including shipping, investments, and lifestyle/real estate.
Welcoming the two appointments, Lars Rhodin, The Swedish Club’s Managing Director, said they slotted perfectly in line with the Club’s growth strategy. “SK Lim is a key addition to the Club’s board and brings with him valuable experience of working at senior levels within major international companies. In turn, Mikael has the perfect experience and aptitude needed in the further development of the Club. 
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