Matti Kuivalainen and Timo Vättö elected new members of Rettig Group's Board of Directors
The Annual General Meeting of Rettig Group has re-elected Cyril von Rettig (b. 1954), Bjarne Mitts (b. 1949), Tom von Rettig (b. 1955), Tomas von Rettig (b. 1980) and Maria Savola (b. 1978) as members of Rettig Group's Board of Directors.
Matti Kuivalainen (b. 1965, Finnish citizen) and Timo Vättö (b. 1964, Finnish citizen) have been elected new members of the Board of Rettig Group. Matti Kuivalainen has also been appointed member of the Board of Directors of Rettig ICC b.v. Martin Granholm, Hans Sohlström and Christoffer Taxell were no longer available for re-election.
Matti Kuivalainen, eMBA and B.Sc (Eng.), has over 25 years of management experience, 12 of which were in executive positions with United Technologies and Honeywell, managing several industrial businesses with over billion dollar revenues. He also has small company experience as a CEO, Board of Director, and private investor. Most recently he was President of Otis, North, East and Central Europe, and Africa for United Technologies. Matti brings a wealth of insight from the European construction industry.
Timo Vättö, M.Sc. (Econ.), is founder and owner of Cundo Management AG in Switzerland. Before setting up his own business, Timo worked for nearly twenty years for Citigroup in Switzerland and the U.S. His final role at Citigroup was Head of Swiss Investment Banking. Before that he work in several senior roles within Citigroup’s corporate and investment banking. Timo brings extensive experience of the international financial services industry as well as governance experience from public and private company boards.
Both Matti Kuivalainen and Timo Vättö are considered independent of the company and the shareholders.
Appendix: CV of Matti Kuivalainen and Timo Vättö.
Photography of Matti Kuivalainen and Timo Vättö: http://www.rettig.fi/en/media/media-library/
For further information:
Josefina Tallqvist, Rettig Group, Director, Corporate Communication and Investor Relations
Tel: +358 40 7455276, email: email@example.com
Rettig Group is a Finnish family held investment company that creates value for generations through active and responsible ownership. Our investements include Rettig ICC (indoor climate comfort), Nordkalk (limestone), Alandia (insurance), eQ (asset management and corporate finance) and Anchor (financial investments). Through these businesses Rettig Group is active in about 28 countries globally and employs over 4,000 people.
CV: MATTI KUIVALAINEN
2008-2016 United Technologies
President for Otis, North, East, and Central Europe, and Africa
President for Building & Industrial Systems, Germany, Nordic, Central and Eastern Europe
President for Carrier Commercial Refrigeration, Europe
General Manager for Carrier Commercial Refrigeration, Central and Eastern Europe
2003-2008, 1987-2000 Honeywell
General Manager for Honeywell Building Solutions, North and East Europe
General Manager for Honeywell Building Solutions, East Europe
Other roles in sales, marketing, and projects managements
2001-2002 KEKO Technologies
Chief Executive Officer
M.Sc. Masters of Business Administration (eMBA), Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburg, USA
Bachelors of Engineering (Automation Technology), the Technical Institute of Wärtsila, Finland
Finnish, English, Czech
CV: TIMO VÄTTÖ
2008- Cundo Management AG, Switzerland
Founder and owner
1988-2008 Citigroup, Switzerland and the U.S.
Head of Swiss Investment Banking
Corporate and Investment Banking: several client coverage and business head roles
Other board assignments:
2009- Altisource Portfolio Solutions S.A., Luxembourg
Chairman of the Board since 2015, Lead Independent Director since 2014, Board member since 2009
2014- IHAG Holding AG, Switzerland
2013- Evalueserve Ltd, Switzerland
Chairman of the Board
2013- KYC Exchange Net AG, Switzerland
Chairman of the Board
2004-2009 Citibank (Switzerland) AG, Private Banking/Wealth Management Business of Citigroup
Board member and member of the Audit Committee
M.SC. (Econ.), University of Tampere, Finland.
Finnish, English, German, basic Swedish