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Executive management team consists of eight persons including the CEO.

The CEO leads the work of the executive management, which meets once a month. Issues addressed include financial performance, development projects, leadership and skills supply and other strategic issues. The CEO is responsible for keeping the Board informed of the company’s development. Four global management meetings were organized in 2022 to strengthen unified communication and control throughout the Group. In addition to the executive management, there are several collaborative bodies that prepare and coordinate strategic and operational issues.

Executive management team

Anders Lindqvist, President and CEO

Anders Lindqvist

President and CEO

Born: 1967
Employed since 2019

Anders Lindqvist, President and CEO

Anders Lindqvist

President and CEO

Born: 1967
Employed since 2019

Education: Mechanical engineer and university-level studies in marketing

Other board assignments: Chairman of the Board of Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection AB, Board member of Gunnebo Holding AB and Munters AB.

Previous positions: President and CEO of Piab Group AB 2013–2019, Divisions Director for Atlas Copco 2007–2013, President of Atlas Copco China 2006–2007 and President of Atlas Copco Nordic 2004–2006.

Shareholding in Mycronic:

Pierre Brorsson, CFO and Sr VP Corporate Development

Pierre Brorsson

CFO and Sr VP Corporate Development

Born: 1972
Employed since 2021

Pierre Brorsson, CFO and Sr VP Corporate Development

Pierre Brorsson

CFO and Sr VP Corporate Development

Born: 1972
Employed since 2021

Education: MSc Business and Economics

Previous positions: CFO Ramirent, senior positions as Financial Manager and VP Business Development at Atlas Copco.

Committee in Mycronic: Committee in Mycronic

Shareholding in Mycronic:

Lena Båvegård, Sr VP Global Functions

Lena Båvegård

Sr VP Global Functions

Born: 1967
Employed since 2018

Lena Båvegård, Sr VP Global Functions

Lena Båvegård

Sr VP Global Functions

Born: 1967
Employed since 2018

Education: MSc Electrical Engineering

Other board assignments: Board alternate of SIQ and Chairman of the Board of SIQ Intressentföreningen Kvalitetsutveckling.

Previous positions: Various senior positions in Transmode and Infinera, most recently as Sr Director, Corporate Quality & Sustainability and various senior positions in Q-Med and Ericsson.

Shareholding in Mycronic:

Magnus Marthinsson, Sr VP Global Technologies

Magnus Marthinsson

Sr VP Global Technologies

Born: 1968
Employed since 2004

Magnus Marthinsson, Sr VP Global Technologies

Magnus Marthinsson

Sr VP Global Technologies

Born: 1968
Employed since 2004

Education: MSc Electrical Engineering

Previous positions: Head of global aftermarket sales, head of global customer support within the Mycronic Group and various management roles in the development organizations of Zarlink, Ericsson and Allgon.

Shareholding in Mycronic:

Clemens Jargon, Sr VP High Flex

Clemens Jargon

Sr VP High Flex

Born: 1965
Employed since 2015

Clemens Jargon, Sr VP High Flex

Clemens Jargon

Sr VP High Flex

Born: 1965
Employed since 2015

Education: Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, discipline: Aerospace engineering

Previous positions: Various senior positions in telecommunications and the semiconductor industry, as well as in the market for renewable energy, at companies such as Q-Cells, Infineon, Siemens and T-Mobile.

Shareholding in Mycronic:

Johanna Jarl, Sr VP Human Resources

Johanna Jarl

Sr VP Human Resources

Born: 1981
Employed since 2022

Johanna Jarl, Sr VP Human Resources

Johanna Jarl

Sr VP Human Resources

Born: 1981
Employed since 2022

Education: MSc Business and Economics

Previous positions: Vice President & Head of HR Infrastructure Division at AFRY, Director Strategy & Integration SSAB Europe Division and management consultant in Talent & Organization at Accenture.

Shareholding in Mycronic:

Ivan Li, Sr VP High Volume

Ivan Li

Sr VP High Volume

Born: 1983
Employed since 2008

Ivan Li, Sr VP High Volume

Ivan Li

Sr VP High Volume

Born: 1983
Employed since 2008

Education: MSc Mechanical Engineering

Previous positions: VP Global Dispensing Mycronic and General Manager Axxon.

Shareholding in Mycronic:

Charlott Samuelsson, Sr VP Pattern Generators

Charlott Samuelsson

Sr VP Pattern Generators

Born: 1963
Employed since 1996

Charlott Samuelsson, Sr VP Pattern Generators

Charlott Samuelsson

Sr VP Pattern Generators

Born: 1963
Employed since 1996

Education: MSc Engineering Physics

Other board assignments: Board member of Invisio Communications AB.

Previous positions: Head of global aftermarket, Head of system and application development and Head of operational development in the Mycronic Group.

Shareholding in Mycronic:

About executive management

The CEO is responsible for keeping the Board informed of the company’s development. Four global management meetings were organized in 2022 to strengthen unified communication and control throughout the Group. In addition to the executive management, there are several collaborative bodies that prepare and coordinate strategic and operational issues.

Remuneration to the CEO and other senior executives

The principles for remuneration to the CEO and other senior executives are approved by the Annual General Meeting. The proposed principles are prepared by the Board’s Remuneration Committee. The Board passes a decision on the proposed principles, which is then put to the Annual General Meeting for approval. The 2023 AGM established the following guidelines for remuneration and other terms of employment for senior executives.

Senior management position holders

Senior management position holders are the CEO and other members of the executive management team. The executive management team comprises of eight persons, including the CEO, of which three are women.

Guidelines for remuneration

The guiding principle is that Mycronic shall offer competitive remuneration and conditions of employment which enable the company to recruit and retain members of the executive management with the competence and capacity to achieve specified goals. To this end, the company must offer competitive remuneration to motivate the executive management.

When preparing remuneration issues, external advisors are utilized when needed. This is done continuously, in order to collect and evaluate information about current market conditions.

The remuneration and other terms of employment for members of the executive management shall be based on market terms and factors such as scope and complexity of the position in question as well as the individual’s performance is taken into account.

The total remuneration consists of the following parts:

  • Fixed remuneration
  • Short-term incentive program (STI)
  • Long-term variable pay
  • Other benefits
  • Pension
  • Employment terms and severance

 

Fixed remuneration

In establishing the base salary for the CEO and members of the executive management, the scope and complexity of the position in question, as well as the individual’s performance is taken into account. The executive managements’ salaries are, like the other components of remuneration, subject to annual review by the Remuneration Committee, with the support of external salary statistics to ensure that the salaries remain competitive. The base salary constitutes a maximum of 65 percent of total remuneration in the event of a maximum outcome of short term variable pay.

Short-term variable pay

Short-term variable pay can amount to a maximum of 120 percent of base salary and 55 percent of total remuneration.

Long-term variable pay

Members of the executive management can be offered incentive programs, which mainly should be share or share price-related. An incentive program is intended to improve the participants’ commitment to the company’s development and shall be introduced on market-based terms. Resolutions on share or share price-related incentive programs must be passed at an Annual General Meeting and are therefore not covered by these guidelines.

Other benefits

Other benefits may consist of a car benefit and health insurance.

Pension benefits

Pension benefits are premium-based. Members of the executive management employed in Sweden after 2012 are covered by the contribution-defined plan under ITP1. Members of the executive management employed prior to 1 January 2022 have a supplementary contribution-defined pension plan in addition to the ITP plan. The contractual retirement age is 65 years for members of the executive management employed in Sweden. For members of the executive management employed outside of Sweden, locally competitive pension plans and retirement ages are applied. The pension premium for the CEO is limited to 35% of base salary.

Notice of termination and severance pay

The employment or contractual agreements of members of the executive management shall be valid until further notice or for a specified period of time.

For the CEO, in the event of termination by the company, a twelve months notice period and twelve months of severance pay applies. For members of the executive management employed in Sweden, the mutual notice period is a maximum of six months. Upon termination by the company, six months’ severance pay also applies. During the notice period, the current employment contract runs with associated benefits. In cases where severance pay would be paid, no other benefits will be paid after the expiry of the notice period. For other members of the executivemanagement who are locally employed outside of Sweden, employment or contractual agreements shall comply with mandatory rules applicable in the relevant jurisdiction or local practice.

Contact Investor Relations

Sven Chetkovich, director Investor relations

Sven Chetkovich
Director Investor Relations
E-mail: helloir@mycronic.com
Phone: +46 70 558 39 19