Henrik Tjarnstrom leaves CEO position at Kindred
Kindred’s CEO, Henrik Tjarnstrom, has recently announced his departure.
The company has assigned Nils Anden as its interim Chief Executive, as Tjarnstrom’s departure will take effect immediately. The outgoing CEO held his position at Kindred for over a dozen years, before which he was the firm’s deputy Chief Executive and CFO, making his tenure at the company over one and a half decades long.
The newly appointed interim CEO, Nils Anden, stated:
“As I worked at Kindred for a decade starting in 2006 before rejoining three years ago, I am certain that our team will be able to maintain the expansion momentum of our company and help it grow to new heights. I am eager to achieve and exceed Kindred’s strategic goals in the near future.”
Kindred’s Chairman, Evert Carlsson, commented:
“Having been with us for over a decade, Henrik has helped Kindred attain many of its landmark achievements and has had a significant positive impact on both our company and the sector at large. I would like to express my gratitude to Henrik for his hard work and dedication that has helped Kindred grow to where it is now.”
This announcement follows just a few days after Kindred’s CFO, Johan Wilsby, announced his departure from the company, however, unlike the CEO, he will be leaving the firm in the fall of this year.