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See the names of the ten colleagues candidating at the Annual General Meeting

The AGM is the event where the team that is to represent you in the future is set. See who is running for the various positions.

17. Feb 2022
3 min
Af Jesper Kiby Denborg
jesper.kiby.denborg@nordea.com

On 25 March at 18-21.30, it is time for Finansforbundet in Nordea’s Annual General Meeting (AGM).

During the 3½ hour, the meeting will get far and wide. The Board will tell about the past year and the members will be invited to discuss it and give input on what to focus on in the coming year.

The AGM is also the event where the team that is to represent you in the future is set. Past Thursday was the deadline to candidate. Below you can see who is running for the various positions.

Contested elections for deputies

There are uncontested elections for the board; four candidates run for the four seats. On the other hand, there is contested elections to become a deputy: Four run for the three deputy positions. At the AGM, the members will elect who ends up becoming deputies, including who becomes the 1st, 2nd and 3rd deputy. There are uncontested elections for the positions as auditor and deputy auditor.

Candidates for the Board:

  • Ole Lund Jensen (re-running)
  • Katja Larsen (re-running)
  • Louise Have Lund (re-running)
  • Louise Naur (re-running)

Candidates as deputies:

  • Natascha Bødker Feodor Nielsen
  • Jeppe Lermark Pieszak
  • Ester Ribas (re-running)
  • Giordano (Gio) Romanelli

Candidate as auditor:

  • Bettina Tuladhar Holmfred (re-running)

Candidate as deputy auditor:

  • Joan Hangaard Pedersen (re-running)

Before the AGM, we will publish presentations of the candidates for the Board of Directors and deputies.

Read more about the AGM here!

To get the right to vote for the AGM, you must register no later than 10 March at this link.

Finansforbundet in Nordea's current Board and deputies after the Annual General Meeting 2021. From left Ester Ribas (elected as second deputy), Mona Svan, Kasper Skovgaard Pedersen, Mette Balck Mejlby (vice president), Pierre Christensen (elected as first deputy and joined the board in May last year), Katja Larsen, Louise Naur, Louise Have Lund (on the iPad), Dorrit Brandt (president), Ole Lund Jensen and Stine Koldt Meno (who in May switched to a new job at Nordea).

They are elected today

The president Dorrit Brandt and the board members Mette Balck Mejlby (vice president), Kasper Skovgaard Pedersen, Mona Svan and Pierre Christensen (elected as first deputy and joined to the board in May last year) were elected to the board in 2021 for a two-year term and are thus not up for election this year.

The board members Katja Larsen, Louise Have Lund, Louise Naur and Ole Lund Jensen were all elected in 2020 and are thus up for election, where they will all stand for re-election.

Deputies are elected for a one-year term. In 2021, Pierre Christensen was elected as first deputy, and he has since become a member of the board. Ester Ribas was elected as second deputy and is re-running as deputy.

Bettina Tuladhar Holmfred was elected as auditor in 2020, and she is re-running. Jens Kjær was elected in 2021 for a two-year term. Joan Hangaard Pedersen was elected as deputy auditor in 2021 and is re-running this year.