Nexus appoints new CFO
Identity and security company Nexus Group has recruited Anders Berg as new chief financial officer (CFO). “Anders has extensive experience from similar positions in a range of knowledgeable companies, such as Investor, Bisnode, Swedbank and Cleanergy. He has the right qualifications to help take Nexus to the next level,” says Lars Pettersson, CEO of Nexus.
PRESS RELEASE 2017-05-02 Anders Berg joins Nexus on July 1, 2017, and will be a part of the group management team. All regional financial teams will report to him.
“Magnus Karlsson, Nexus´s current CFO, will leave to pursue new challenges, and I am really proud to announce Anders Berg as his replacement. Anders has a solid financial background, and has proven to have a strong analytical mind as well as good leadership and collaboration skills. He is also a particularly business-oriented CFO, who balances energy, determination and a certain pride of accomplishment with the selectiveness and confidence that follows with his professional track-record,” says Lars Pettersson.
Anders Berg’s has held many high level positions throughout his career. At Investor, Scandinavia’s largest listed industrial holding company, he was vice president and head of finance. He held the CFO position at Orc Group, a software and services company and a global world leader in trading technology for the financial industry. He was CFO at Swedbank C&C, Sweden’s largest bank by customer count, as well as CFO at Bisnode, a provider of business, market and credit information. Most recently, he was interim CFO at Cleanergy, the leading global supplier of sustainable stirling energy solutions.
“As I have been working with Lars previously, I know that exciting times are awaiting me at Nexus. Nexus seems to be an agile company with an entrepreneurial spirit and a very energetic team. Nexus’s world-class product portfolio, in combination with a quickly growing market, holds great promises, and I look forward to taking part in Nexus’s journey and make it a highly profitable company,” says Anders Berg.