Dublin-based occupational pension coordinator Euroben has appointed Kenth Eldebrink as managing director.
Eldebrink is currently working as a sales and marketing director for SEB Trigg Liv and takes over from Froystein Johansen, Euroben’s chief executive. Johansen will be rejoining Storebrand as senior vice-president.
Eldebrink’s position takes effect from August 27, 2001.
Euroben is a joint venture between two life and pension companies - Sweden’s SPP and Norway’s Storebrand. The firm coordinates pension solutions for Scandinavian and Nordic companies in several countries.
The firm is also looking to expand by opening subsidiaries in the UK, Denmark and Germany.
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