Double executive appointment sees Cherry AB appoint Christine Rankin as CFO & Carolina Strömlid as Communications lead

Christine Rankin & Carolina Haglund Strömlid

Stockholm-listed Cherry AB has announced the appointment of two new executive team members in Christine Rankin as Group CFO and Carolina Haglund Strömlid as new Head of Investor Relations & Corporate Communications.

Taking over Cherry auditing and controllership duties with immediate effect, Christine Rankin joins Cherry AB as new Financial Officer. A PWC certified accountant and former partner, Rankin has held senior led Finance duties at Serneke Construction Group AB (2015-2016) and Spotify AB (2014-2015).

The double executive appointment sees Carolina Haglund Strömlid takeover investors relationships and group communication initiatives. Strömlid a seasoned corporate communications appointment has previously worked as Head of Investor Relations for Scandinavian telecoms firm Com Hem AB (2014 – 2015) and oil and energy brokerage PA Resources AB (2008-2013).

Both executives will report to new Cherry AB CEO Anders Holmgren, who commented on the appointments

“I am looking forward to working together with Christine and Carolina. Together we will continue to develop Cherry as a fast-growing company, as well as managing the strong positions Cherry holds across all of its business areas. This change is part of our preparation to be able to be traded at Nasdaq Stockholm, and to further provide the Company with solid competence within both finance and investor relations and communications.”

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