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More executive management changes at Fingerprint Cards

 

Fingerprint Cards has announced that Pernilla Lindén will not be taking on the role of the company’s chief financial officer as expected, and has initiated the recruitment process for a new CFO.

Lindén had previously been announced as the Swedish biometrics company’s new CFO starting June 7, but has declined the role due to personal reasons, according to the announcement.

Instead, Fingerprint Cards Group Accounting Manager Ylva Blomén, who has held her current position since March 2016, will become Acting CFO on that date. Blomén brings solid experience of financial controlling, the company says, from previous positions as CFO of Serneke and Group Financial Controller at Hexpol.

Last month, Hassan Tabrizi, CFO, and Jan Johannesson, vice president strategy and corporate development, also announced they would be leaving the company.

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