Arctic Paper’s supervisory board is composed of the
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Mr. Per Lundeen, a Swedish citizen of Lund, has a Master of Science education in Chemical Engineering and Paper Technology from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Mr. Lundeen has nearly 40 years of experience in Industrial Management positions from the Chemical, Paper and Paper Packaging Industry. For 20 years he has been working for A&R Packaging Group whereof 12 years as President and CEO. He has also been serving as President of ECMA, the European Carton Manufacturers branch Association.
Mr. Lundeen is already related to Arctic Paper Group since 2013, when he had been a Supervisory Board member of Rottneros AB.
Since 2014 Mr. Lundeen holds the position of President and CEO of Rottneros AB until August 31, 2016.
Mr Lundeen is a Supervisory Board member of the following industrial enterprises:
- Fiskeby Board AB: Recycled Carton Board manufacturer
- Rottneros AB: Pulp Producer
- Strand Packaging AB: Folding Carton manufacturer
Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Mr. Roger Mattsson has been a member of the Supervisory Board of Arctic Paper S.A. since 2014.
Mr. Roger Mattsson has a Master of Science in Business Administration and Economics from School of Business, Economics and Law at University of Gothenburg.
Mr. Mattsson has wide experience from finance and controlling departments, he had worked as Group Controller (Toyota Material Handling and Rexam) and as Financial Manager (Lantmännen Doggy). He has also held the position of CFO at Talent Plastics Group.
Mr. Mattsson has already been related to Arctic Paper Group - in 2007-2011, he had worked as Group Finance Controller Arctic Paper S.A.
Currently, Mr. Mattsson holds the position of Finance Director in Nemus Holding AB.
Member of the Supervisory Board
Mr. Thomas Onstad has been a member of the Supervisory Board OF Arctic Paper S.A. since 2008.
Mr. Thomas Onstad is a graduate of London School of Foreign Trade.
Member of the Supervisory Board
Mr. Mariusz Grendowicz has been a member of the Supervisory Board OF Arctic Paper S.A. since 2012.
Mr. Mariusz Grendowicz studied at the University of Gdańsk and graduated in banking studies in Great Britain, having received a diploma on International Banking in The Chartered Institute of Bankers in London.
In his abundant banking career Mariusz Grendowicz was the President of BRE Bank, and before that, as the Vice-President of BPH Bank, was responsible for corporate banking. He was also the President and Vice-President of ABN Amro, Vice-President of ING Bank in Hungary. He also directed the department of structured finance and capital markets in ING Bank in Warsaw. Mariusz Grendowicz also worked in London banks, among others, in Australia and New Zealand Banking Group as well as Citibank. At present Mariusz Grendowicz serves in the Supervisory Boards of Money Makers TFI, Aviva Towarzystwo Ubezpieczeń Ogólnych SA, Getin Noble Bank S.A., Private Equity Managers S.A, as well as of Globe Trade Centre SA.
According to the statement Mr Mariusz Grendowicz satisfies the independence criteria under Annex II to the Commission Recommendation of February 15th 2005 on the role of non-executive or supervisory directors of listed companies and on the committees of the (supervisory) board (2005/162/EC), as well as additional requirements stipulated in the document entitled “Best Practice for GPW Listed Companies 2016”, which forms an annex to WSE Supervisory Board Resolution No. 26/1413/2015 of October 13th 2015 concerning the approval of the “Best Practice for GPW Listed Companies 2016”.
Member of the Supervisory Board
Ms.Dorota Raben studied at the University of Adama Mickiewicza in Poznań, where in 1988 she obtained a master's degree in chemistry. On July 1, 2019, she defended her PhD dissertation at Warsaw School of Economics, obtaining a PhD in social sciences in the discipline of management and quality.
In addition, Ms. Dorota Raben has previously received numerous certificates confirming her qualifications in the field of finance, business management, human resources management, inter alia, Business Coach at Brian Tracy International, Traffic Manager I/II at the International Business School in Venlo.
Ms. Dorota Raben has abundant professional experience. In the first period of her career, she started working at the university, and then after staying abroad, she held the position of Director at Dynamic Sp. z o.o. (representative of the Herlitz company), for the next 8 years she was the Director of the Raben Group, where she was responsible for the comprehensive management and development of the family business until 2001.
From 2001 to 2004, Ms. Raben was employed as Traffic & Operations Manager at Royal Frans Maas Group (Promexim), where she was responsible, among others, for the expansion and development of the logistics network. Then from 2004 to 2006 she was a Business Development Manager at Gefco Polska Sp. z o.o. In the years 2006-2010 she was the Global Transport Expertise Director at FM Logistic responsible for the standardization of transport processes in all countries where FM was present (12 countries).
From July 2013 to April 2016, Ms. Raben held the position of the President of the Board of the Sea Port of Gdansk S.A., the largest Polish seaport.
Ms. Dorota Raben since 1st of March 2019 until 10th of October 2019 was a member of the board in companies belonging to the Clip Group (Clip Intermodal, Clip Logistics, Logistic and Investment Center Poznań II).
In addition, Ms. Dorota Raben is an advisor to the Management Board in the following companies: Euro-net Sp. z o.o. (RTV EURO AGD), Śnieżka S.A., Hyper Poland Sp. z o.o.
She is a member of the Supervisory Board at Trefl S.A.
In addition, Ms. Raben runs an advisory company - Dorota Raben Consulting and for 9 years has been a master's, postgraduate, MBA and DBA lecturer in logistics management and company building strategy at the Kozminski University, Warsaw School of Economics, IPI PAN and Łazarski University.
According to the statement Ms. Raben meets the criteria of independence of members of the supervisory board within the meaning of Annex II to the Recommendation of the European Commission of February 15, 2005 on the role of non-executive directors or supervisory board members of listed companies and committees of the (supervisory) board. Rules II.Z.5. "Best Practices of Companies Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange 2016".