NXP Semiconductors appoints three non-executive directors
Lena Olving served as President and CEO of Mycronic industry between 2013 and 2019.
Before joining Mycronic, Ms. Olving worked at Saab AB, a defense and security company, where she began as EVP and Chairman of Business Area Systems and Products in 2008 and continued as Deputy CEO and COO in January 2010.
Ms. Olving's earlier career also includes various positions within Volvo Car Corporation, in total 25 years, of which five years as President of Volvo Cars Asia Pacific and seven years in the executive management team.
Jasmin Staiblin served between 2013 and 2018 as CEO of Alpiq, a leading Swiss energy services provider and power producer in Europe.
Ms. Staiblin successfully led the company through a major transformation in a fundamentally changing energy market.
Ms. Staiblin began her career in 1997 at the ABB Group, the Swedish-Swiss global technology company, starting in ABB’s group research center.
From 1999 to 2005 she served in various global functions and as a member of the management team for ABB’s power technologies division.
Ms. Staiblin held the position of chief executive officer of ABB Switzerland from 2006 to 2012.
She is a board member of Georg Fischer AG, Schaffhausen, Rolls-Royce plc, London and Zurich Insurance Group Ltd.
Ms. Staiblin studied physics and electrical engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany and the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
Ms. Staiblin completed her studies with a degree in physics and has a Master of Science in electrical engineering.
Karl-Henrik Sundström was appointed CEO of Stora Enso in August 2014.
Mr. Sundström joined Stora Enso in August 2012 as CFO and member of the group leadership team.
In June 2013 Mr. Sundström took on the role as EVP for division Paper and Wood Products.
Prior to joining Stora Enso, he held the role as CFO of NXP Semiconductors N.V. (2008–2012).
Before that, he held several managerial positions in Ericsson, including CFO.
Mr. Sundström is member of the board of Mölnlycke and chairman of the tax delegation for Swedish Business and Commerce and member of the board of the Marcus Wallenberg Foundation. ■