Atrium Ljungberg makes the acting CEO Annica Ånäs a permanent solution when Ingalill Berglund on sick leave will resign from her CEO role.
She succeeded Ingalill Berglund from Friday, 19 February.
“This is a good solution. Ingalill Berglund has done a fantastic job and been a major contributor to the company’s development in recent years. That Annica Ånäs now takes over as CEO has emerged in the dialogue between me, Ingalill Berglund and the board, “says Johan Ljungberg, Chairman of Atrium Ljungberg’s board of directors.
Ingalill Berglund has worked at Atrium Ljungberg since 2001, of which the last five years as president.
But since September, she has been sick and Annica Ånäs were added in October as acting president.
“My years at Atrium Ljungberg has been fun and rewarding. Annica Ånäs is a good solution for the company, which also allows me the next time, put effort into training and recovery, “says outgoing CEO Ingalill Berglund.
To Fastighetssverige.se she says she will be fully recovered from something that was probably caused by an infection.
Annica Ånäs, has worked atAtrium Ljungberg in total for eight years, as CFO since 2011 and in recent months as acting president.
“It is gratifying that we once again can make an internal recruitment CEO,” says Chairman Johan Ljungberg.
“I am very happy over this confidence in me. Our strategy is long-term and we continue to focus on building sustainable urban environments in Sweden’s largest cities, with a focus on growth and profitability,” says Annica Ånäs.
In 2015 Atrium Ljungberg’s net sales amounted to SEK 2 468m (2 311), of which rental incomes increased to 2122 million (1981).
“2015 was an eventful year and we deliver a record result. We have established ourselves in Gothenburg and is now available in all of the four major cities in Sweden. We have a more concentrated portfolio to the priority sub-markets through the sale of four commercial properties. At the same time, we have continued to create future neighborhoods within the framework of our projects and started a long-term residential investment. In 2016, we are increasing the pace on the project page which over time will give us new cash flows,” says Annica Ånäs.