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Norske Skog Nominates Enger as New Member of BOD

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Norske Skog, Norway, reports this week that its election- and remuneration committee has unanimously nominated Ole Enger as a new member of its board of directors. Enger is the chair of REC Solar ASA, and prior to this was the president and CEO of REC Solar ASA, SAPA AB, and Elkem AS. 

Enger holds a master’s degree from the Norwegian University of Environment & Bio Sciences and a business degree from the Norwegian School of Economics (Bergen). He has studied executive management at IMD in Switzerland and French studies in Lausanne. Enger has broad experience from leading positions in larger industrial corporations and from board positions in listed and non-listed companies. He is independent of Norske Skog's corporate management and significant business partners, and has no contracts with Norske Skog.

The election- and remuneration committee of Norske Skog proposes the re-election of the other directors Eilif Due, Siri Beate Hatlen, Karin Bing Orgland, and Jon-Aksel Torgersen. Current chairman Jarle Roth will resign at the annual general meeting on April 16. Roth has previously informed the committee that he would not seek re-election. The election- and renumeration committee unanimously proposed Jon-Aksel Torgersen as the new chairman.

The company proposed not to appoint a deputy chair to the board. In addition to the five shareholder-elected board members, three board members are elected by and from the employees.

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