President and CEO of Destia to change
Destia’s President and CEO Hannu Leinonen and the Board of Directors of Destia have agreed that Hannu Leinonen will leave his position in Destia on 7 August 2017. Leinonen has acted as the President and CEO of Destia for the past eight years.
”On behalf of the entire Board of Directors, I want to thank Hannu Leinonen for his long-term contribution and commitment to Destia. Hannu Leinonen has successfully led a long transition phase in Destia as the company changed from a former state company to a private one,” says Arto Räty, Chairman of Destia’s Board of Directors.
”We believe in the development of Destia’s profitability and competitiveness, and we are committed to sustainable long-term ownership of the company,” tells Hans Sohlström, President and CEO of Ahlström Capital and Vice Chairman of Destia’s Board of Directors.
Destia’s Board of Directors has appointed Arto Pohjonen, member of the company’s Boad of Directors, as the interim President and CEO of Destia effective 7 August 2017. Arto Pohjonen is the former Managing Director of Lujatalo Oy and has previously held executive positions e.g. in YIT.
The appointment of new the President and CEO will be communicated later in the autumn.
Arto Räty, Chairman of Destia’s Board of Directors
Hans Sohlström, President and CEO of Ahlström Capital, Vice Chairman of Destia’s Board of Directors
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