The group management of Arlandastad Group consists of four people under the management of the CEO, Dieter Sand. The group management consists of CEO, CFO, Project manager and Communications manager. Group management holds monthly meetings to follow up the Group's and subsidiaries' results and financial position.
Presentation of the Group Management
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Dieter Sand (year of birth 1970)
Education: Dieter Sand has a master’s degree in engineering and an engineering degree from Chalmers University of Technology, has studied road and water construction at Chalmers, and has studied economics at Uppsala University.
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Johanna Klingvall (year of birth: 1979)
Education: Johanna Klingvall has a master’s degree in economics from Örebro University.
Communications Manager+ Read more
Sara Johansson (year of birth 1983)
Education: Sara Johansson has a degree in concept development (with a specialisation in marketing) from IHM Business School and has studied journalistic writing at Folkuniversitetet and print production at Distansskolan.se.
CEO and Group Management
The CEO is responsible for Arlandastad Group’s operational management and day-to-day operations in accordance with the Board’s instructions to the CEO.
The CEO is subordinate to the Board and is responsible for the company’s day-to-day management and day-to-day operations. The division of work between the Board and the CEO is stated in the rules of procedure for the Board and in the CEO instructions.
The CEO is to ensure that the company’s accounts are maintained in accordance with applicable legislation and that funds are well managed and are subject to appropriate controls and audits.
The CEO is to attend the board meetings. The CEO is also to prepare and present to the Board issues that are outside of day-to-day administration. The CEO is to ensure that the issues are well documented and that the Board, at the latest in connection with the convening of the Board meeting, receives relevant information and documentation, as stated in the Board’s rules of procedure. The CEO also implements the decisions made by the Board and has other duties.
According to the instructions for the financial reporting, the CEO is responsible for the financial reports for the company and consequently must ensure that the Board receives appropriate information to be able to continuously evaluate the company’s financial position.
The CEO is to regularly inform the Board of the development of the company’s operations, revenue, the company’s earnings and financial position, liquidity and credit position, important business events, significant disputes, redundancies and other issues of a more important nature to the company. The CEO is also to keep the Board informed of any other event, circumstance or circumstance that cannot be assumed to be of insignificant importance to the company’s shareholders.
|Name||Position||Year began current position|
|Erik Nyberg||Project Manager||2015|
|Sara Johansson||Communications Manager||2019|