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Tomas von Rettig appointed Deputy CEO of Rettig Capital Ltd and member of the Rettig Group Ltd Board of Directors

Tomas von Rettig (34) has been appointed Deputy CEO of Rettig Capital as of today reporting to Cyril von Rettig, CEO of Rettig Capital and Chairman of the Rettig Group Board of Directors. As Deputy CEO of Rettig Capital Tomas will focus on financial and strategic industrial investments.

Rettig Capital is the parent company of Rettig Group. Rettig Capital is focusing on long-term ownership strategy, risk diversification and value creation.

The Annual General Meeting of Rettig Group Ltd 13.2.2015 has also appointed Tomas von Rettig member of its Board of Directors.

“I am very pleased to have Tomas on board as part of the Rettig Group Board of Directors as we continue to pursue our mission to create value for generations”, says Cyril von Rettig, Chairman of the Board of Rettig Group.

Tomas von Rettig has been employed by Rettig Group since 2008. Since 2013 he has been Vice President, Corporate Finance and Development and member of the Rettig Group Management Team.

Rettig Group’s Treasury led by Jarmo Ellmén, Group Treasurer, who has previously been reporting to Tomas von Rettig, will as of today report to Tomas Ölander, CFO of Rettig Group.

For further information, please contact:
Josefina Tallqvist, Director, Communication and Investor Relations, Rettig Group
Tel.: +358 40 7455276
E-mail: josefina.tallqvist@rettig.fi or www.rettig.fi

Rettig Group is a Finnish family business that creates value for generations through sustainable and long-term growth. In all our businesses we focus on leading market positions and more customer value with less environmental impact. Rettig Group owns Rettig ICC – Europe's leading supplier of heat emitters and indoor climate comfort; Nordkalk – northern Europe’s leading supplier of limestone-based products for industry, agriculture and environmental care; and Bore – the industrial shipping service provider. In 2013, Rettig Group’s turnover was EUR 974 million and the group had about 4,300 employees in 25 countries.

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