Yara names three new executive group members

Yara names three new executive group members

6:04 AM, 2nd June 2016
Yara names three new executive group members

OSLO, NORWAY: Yara International ASA announced three new members to its executive management group, to improve focus on strategy, innovation and positioning.

The following changes to Yara's corporate management are implemented:

  • Terje Tollefsen joins the Yara executive management group as chief strategy & business development officer, effective 1 June. He is currently head of strategy & business development, reporting to the Yara CEO.
  • Pierre Herben joins the Yara executive management group as chief technology officer, effective 1 June. He is currently chief technology officer, reporting to the Yara CEO.
  • Lene Trollnes joins the Yara executive management group as chief HR, corporate communications and branding officer. He is currently employee value proposition (EVP) HR & integration in Sapa AS, and will take up her new position effective latest 1 December.

"Following recent organisational changes to sharpen operational focus and alignment, these further changes are made to improve our focus on strategy, innovation and positioning. I am confident that the changes announced will further strengthen our integrated business model and long-term profitable growth," said Svein Tore Holsether, president and CEO of Yara.

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