At today’s Annual General Meeting of Nordstjernan AB, the following Board members were re-elected: Viveca Ax:son Johnson (chairman), Axel Mörner (vice chairman), Johan Blomquist and Peter Leimdörfer. Tomas Nicolin and Christoph Vitzthum have declined re-election. Annica Bresky and Henrik Jonsson were elected as new members of Nordstjernan’s Board.

Annica Bresky has a civil engineering degree from Uppsala University and an Executive MBA from the M group/School of Economics in Stockholm. Annica has extensive experience from Swedish industrial companies and previously held roles at Holmen and Stora Enso where she also was CEO from 2019 to September 2023. Annica Bresky is currently a member of the Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) and a member of the Boards of the wind power company Ørsted and in the technology and sensor company Vaisala.


Henrik Jonsson has a civil engineering degree from KTH and has completed Diploma training for financial analysts (CEFA) at the Stockholm School of Economics. Henrik Jonsson has broad experience from investments, asset management and Board work. Since 2020, he has been CEO of Interogo Holding, a position he will leave in August 2024. Before that, Henrik Jonsson was Chief Investment Officer for Interogo Holding between 2018 and 2020, CEO of Nalka Invest between 2009 and 2018 and before that CEO of Catella Investments.


“We are very happy to have been able to attract both Annica and Henrik to our Board. Annica’s solid experience from large industrial companies and Henrik’s many years of experience in international investment activities are excellent additions to our Board,” says Viveca Ax:son Johnson, Chairman of the Board, Nordstjernan. “I also want to take this opportunity to thank both Tomas Nicolin and Christoph Vitzthum for their many years of work for the company”.

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Nordstjernan is predominantly owned by the Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundations. Since its establishment in 1890, Nordstjernan has owned and developed hundreds of companies in a range of industries. Today, Nordstjernan has investments in more than 20 companies in five sectors. Together, these companies have sales of SEK 120 billion and employ more than 50,000 people. Read more on


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