October 15, 2016 -
Johan Carlström has left his employment at Fingerprint Cards (FPC), effective October 15th to focus on his role as an entrepreneur and major shareholder in Fingerprint Cards.
Johan Carlström leaves his position as business developer at FPC and will continue to contribute to the company’s development through the role as a major shareholder. The agreement between Johan Carlström and FPC was reached on October 9, 2016. Johan Carlström’s severance pay amounts to SEK 10.86 million ($1.23M USD), equivalent to 36 months of salary.
The company says a search for a new business developer will begin shortly.
“FPC and I have come to a decision which means that I leave my employment as business developer. Entrepreneurship and company development are important to me and my commitments outside the company are becoming increasingly time consuming. With the recruitment of Christian Fredrikson and the company’s strong market position, I now feel safe to leave the operational work. I look forward to continue to engage in the company and to contribute to Fingerprint Cards’ strong development through my role as active major shareholder” said Johan Carlström.
“This is an agreement between FPC and Johan Carlström. Johan’s contribution to the visionary work, his driving force and knowledge have been essential in building the success of FPC. In his role as business developer he has strongly contributed through his large commitment and long experience. When he now leaves the role as business developer, he will have full focus on his role as major shareholder”, said Christian Fredrikson, CEO Fingerprint Cards.
Fingerprint Cards to present interim report for third quarter 2016
Fingerprint Cards will publish its interim report for the third quarter 2016 on Thursday October 27, 2016 at 07:00 CEST. A webcast and telephone conference will be hosted by CEO Christian Fredrikson and CFO Johan Wilsby the same day at 15:00 CEST.
The webcast presentation will be held in English and listeners are offered the possibility to post their questions.