Taaleri announces sudden change of CEO

Although the resignation of Taaleri's CEO "involves no drama", chairman of the board Juhani Elomaa says the board found the new CEO a more suitable person to lead the implementation of the firm's revised strategy.

Photo: Taaleri PR: Ville Vaappula.

Taaleri Plc has let Robin Lindahl, who has been its CEO for two and a half years, go and appointed Peter Ramsay as his replacement. Lindahl will leave the company's operational management team immediately.

Although the change "involves no drama", Chairman of the Board of Directors, Juhani Elomaa tells AMWatch that Taaleri's board decided Ramsay was the right person to lead the implementation of the company's revised strategy.

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