Nordic Financial Communication Summit, som äger rum den 30 maj, är den första konferensen och mötesplatsen för den nordiska finansvärlden med särskilt fokus på kommunikation. 

Under en hel dag finns möjlighet att lyssna på talare och seminarier på teman som till exempel: ledarskap i en tid av förändring och osäkerhet, MIFID II från ett analys- och analytikerperspektiv, framtidens hållbara affärer, hur man gör regulativ information kommunikativ och finansiell kommunikation på kinesiskt vis.

Temat under dagen är ”Förtroende – i en tid av transparens” och huvudtalare är Philippa Malmgren. Hon har bland annat rankats av The Economist som en av världens mest inflytelserika geopolitiska tänkare och har tidigare varit finansiell rådgivare åt Bush-administrationen. Hon kommer att dela med sig av sina tankar om framtiden och sina personliga erfarenheter av att arbeta med Brexit och andra geopolitiska frågor.

Nordic Financial Communication Summit avslutas med prisutdelningen av det prestigefulla Ekonomijournalistpriset 2018. Priset belönar årets bästa insatser inom ekonomijournalistik i 13 olika kategorier. I år är det 22:a året i följd som priset delas ut och liksom tidigare är det Sveriges näringsliv som utser samtliga vinnare. Prisutdelare av Sveriges bästa ekonomijournalist 2018 är Christer Gardell, Cevian Capital.

Nordic Financial Communication Summit arrangeras den 30 maj mellan klockan 10.00 – 18.00 på Hotel At Six i Stockholm.


Pippa Malmgren
Political and Economic Advisor

Author, trend spotter and financial advisor to some of the world's largest economies and companies.

Dr. Pippa Malmgren is a trend spotter who advises investors and governments about economic policy and investment strategy. She anticipated the Financial Crisis in 2007, the slowdown in China, Brexit, Trump and the return of inflation. Pippa was named one of the Top 20 Most Influential Economists by Richtopia. She has previously served as the special assistant to the president of the United States for economic policy on the National Economic Council, and is a former member of the U.S. President’s Working Group on Financial Markets.

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Lauri Rosendahl
President of Nasdaq Nordic and Nasdaq Stockholm

President of Nasdaq Nordic and Nasdaq Stockholm

Rosendahl was the President of Nasdaq Helsinki from 2009 to 2016. In addition to his role as President of Nasdaq Nordic, which includes the exchanges in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland and the Baltics, he is also Senior Vice President of European Cash Equity and Equity Derivatives. Rosendahl has over 20 years of experience in the financial markets, having held several senior management positions within securities trading, equity research and investment banking with several banks and brokerage firms, including Deutsche Bank, ABN Amro / Alfred Berg, Carnegie and Kaupthin

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Ann Grevelius
Board Member, Advisor & Entrepreneur

Ann Grevelius, Chairman of the Board at Opti and a several time award-winning fund manager with almost 20 years of experience within Asset Management.

Grevelius was previously CIO and Global Head of Investment Strategy at SEB. During her career she has managed several mutual funds successfully within various verticals, ranging from stocks to asset allocation and across a variety of geographies. She has also been heading Swedish and Nordic Equities at SEB and Svenska Handelsbanken, as well as managing Sweden´s largest multi-Family Office at SEB Wealth Management. Grevelius graduated from Uppsala University and holds a BSc in Finance and Management.

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Joakim Strid
Financial markets specialist

Financial markets specialist with 20+ years of experience from regulation, compliance and risk management.

Joakim has been Head of Market Surveillance at Nasdaq for thirteen years, the last four of which he held the role Head of European Surveillance, being responsible for the surveillance program with regards to both issuers, members and trading across Nasdaq’s market places in the region. Before joining Nasdaq, Joakim worked as a Compliance Officer at AP3, a title he prior to that held within Nordea Securities, where he was also Head of Middle Office. Joakim currently works in an advisory capacity within the financial markets area and he is a member of the Swedish Securities Council.

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Anna Ryott
Deputy CEO of Norrsken Foundation

Deputy CEO Norrsken with the professional aim to eradicate poverty and fight climate change through sustainable and profitable business.

Anna Ryott has extensive professional experience from business and civil society organisations. She worked most recently as CEO of Swedfund, the Swedish Government's Development Finance Institution. Before that she worked as the Secretary General of SOS Children's Villages Sweden and Deputy Secretary General of UNICEF Sweden. In business she worked at Storåkers McCann, McKinsey and Hagströmer & Qviberg. Ann Ryott also sits on the board in the World Childhood Foundation, the UN Foundation Global Entrepreneurs Council and the board of Axel Johnson.

Anna Ryott holds a M.Sc. from Stockholm University. In 2014, she was awarded H.M. The King's Medal for "Significant contributions to Swedish society and industry".

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Magnus Billing
CEO of Alecta

The CEO of Alecta and previous CEO of Nasdaq Nordic and Nasdaq Stockholm. Magnus Billing also served as Senior Vice President of Nordic Fixed Income.

During 2017 he was part of the expert group appointed by the European Commission to develop recommendations for a sustainable financial market and whose final report was presented in January 2018. Magnus is a board member of the board of The Association for Generally Accepted Principles in the Securities Market, Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum, Swedish House of Finance, Federation of European Securities Exchanges etc.

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Hanna Brogren
CEO of the Swedish Communication Association

General Secretary and CEO of the Swedish Communication Association

Hanna Brogren started her career as PhD student in 1996 and then designed successful and innovative communication campaigns that ran for years. Hanna then handled media relations and analysed the government’s actions following the m/s Estonia catastrophe.

In 2001, when Sweden held its first presidency of the EU, Hanna Brogren was in charge of communication strategy and implementation, which led to substantially improved knowledge about EU related affairs in the population. Since then she has been Director of Communication at the Swedish Government Offices and the City of Stockholm, moving these organisations forward in digitalisation, positioning and increased transparency. She was deputy chair of the Swedish Communication Association between the years 2012-17 and since 2017 she is its General Secretary and CEO, committed to the vision of increasing value generated through communicative organisations.

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Hans Lindberg
CEO of the Swedish Bankers' Association and former State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance of Sweden

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Sten Olsson
 Consultant and former State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance of Sweden

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Christer Gardell
Managing Partner & co-founder, Cevian Capital AB

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Frédéric Cho
Vice chairman of Sweden-China Trade Council

Frédéric Cho is the only person in the Nordics, and among very few in Europe, who has worked with all parts of the Chinese financial sector (banking, insurance, investment banking, asset management and equities) and also in life science and media, for various Swedish and international firms. Frédéric Cho holds a B.A. from Stockholm University, studied at Peking University 1982-84, and was a Ph.D. candidate in Sinology at Stockholm University before embarking on a business career with China in 1986. He has lived and worked for altogether 18 years in China (including Hong Kong and Taipei). Founder of Frédéric Cho Advisory AB, vice chairman of Sweden-China Trade Council and author of the book ”Kina enligt Cho – en ny fas” (2014)

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Charlotte Stjerngren
Financial market specialist

Charlotte Stjerngren, free agent specialising in financial market communication and investor relations with over 20 years of stock market experience.

Stjerngren was most recently editor-in-chief at the financial news web-tv channel where she also served as news anchor for the daily business show Börslunch. For that she was rated Sweden’s top-2 financial journalist in 2017. She has also spent over 10 years a financial sell-side analyst covering mostly small caps, tech and telecom companies. Stjerngren graduated from Stockholm School of Economics and holds an MSc in Finance and Economics, she also holds a jur. kand. in law from the University of Stockholm.

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Pär-Jörgen Pärson
General Partner, Northzone

Pär-Jörgen Pärson has been an investor since the late 1990s. His primary areas of focus are disruptive businesses in consumer internet, media, and fintech. He invested in Spotify's Series A round in 2008 and served on its board for nine years. He has over the years also invested in Avito, Pricerunner and many others. 

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Henrik Sundström
Vice President, Group Sustainability Affairs

Henrik Sundström has worked at Electrolux Group since 1986. With a master's degree in chemical engineering (Polymer Technology), he started as responsible for Polymer Process Development at Electrolux Research and Innovation. In 1990, he set up the Research and Innovation group in the US. In 1992, he returned to Sweden as head of the Materials and Processing department. In 1996, Sundström became R&D Director for the Product Division Cold, and Director for Environmental and Sustainable Development in 1999. The following year he started in his current position as Vice President for Electrolux Sustainability Affairs.

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Thomas Frostberg
Editor Dagens Nyheter Global Development

As Global Development Editor Thomas Frostberg is leading an example of a more holistic approach to journalism about challenges in the world, sustainability and solutions.

As a business reporter and columnist Thomas Frostberg has developed a focus on sustainability and CSR, social entrepreneurship and impact investing. Since 2016 he is the Editor for Dagens Nyheter’s special reporting on global development and the role of the private sector in achieving the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. Prior to that Thomas Frostberg has covered startups, tech entrepreneurs and venture capital for almost 20 years for newspapers like San Francisco Chronicle and Sydsvenska Dagbladet as well as the Scandinavian newsagency Rapidus, which he co-founded in 1999 and used to be the Editor in Chief and CEO for. He has also been an Innovation Journalism fellow at Stanford University.

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Pernilla Grennfelt
SVP Communications & Investor Relations, Granges

Pernilla Grennfelt has worked with financial communications for more than 20 years. She started her career as a stock broker in the mid-1990’s. In 1999 she joined News Agency Direkt as a journalist and editor, which gave her deep insight into various industries, communication practices and the people behind. In 2005 she became Head of IR at Hakon Invest, at the time the main owner of ICA AB, and was later responsible for communication when ICA AB became ICA Gruppen. Since 2014, Pernilla Grennfelt is SVP Communications & IR and member of the management team at Gränges, a global aluminium company listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, Mid Cap segment. 

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Christer Linde
Co-Head of Global Research, ABG

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Johan Ståhl
Portfolio Manager, Lannebo

Johan Ståhl is Head of Asset Management and Vice President at Lannebo Fonder and manages the small-cap fund Lannebo Småbolag. He has more than 25 years of experience from capital markets as stock broker, analyst and asset manager working for Lannebo Fonder, Carnegie and Öhman among others. Being a long-timer in the market, he was a stock broker already in the days of floor trading in Stockholm. He was also one of the pioneers in small-cap company research and has been rated the best small-cap analyst in Sweden several times.

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Nicklas Fhärm
Head of SEB Corporate Research

Starting with Small & Mid-cap equity research in 1997, Nicklas has accumulated over 20 years of experience as a financial analyst, mainly focusing on Consumer related companies, including in the Media & Leisure sector. Nicklas covers Retail & Consumer Goods and has received top-rankings in his sector for the past 15 years and has been voted amongst the top-10 most highly rated analysts in Sweden since 2009. Nicklas is a member of SEB Research Management, heading the Equity Research product in Sweden in 2012-2017 and today is Head of SEB Corporate Research.

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DATE: MAY 30, 2018
TIME: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

LOCATION: Hotel At Six, Brunkebergstorg 6, Stockholm 

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