New Group CFO joins Svanehøj from Siemens Gamesa
With the prospect of continuing growth in the coming years, Svanehøj Group is now strengthening its management with a new Group CFO.
After a thorough recruitment process to find the right international profile to fulfil Svanehøj’s ambitions for continuous, global growth, 43-year-old Christina Borin has been appointed new CFO for Svanehøj Group.
Christina Borin has 15 years of international experience from Siemens Gamesa, most recently as Commercial Head of Onshore Operations. In addition, she has extended experience with service agreements and aftermarket from a position as finance manager in Siemens Gamesa’s Service department. She will form the new Svanehøj Group’s top management together with CEO Søren Kringelholt Nielsen.
- Christina Borin has a significant international profile. Her experience fits in great with our organization, as half of our employees work outside of Denmark, while most of our clients are global companies. She has experience within most of our business areas, while at the same time offering a different perspective on our business development. It will be essential for our future strategy and collaboration in the top management, said CEO Søren Kringelholt Nielsen.
An exciting journey ahead
Svanehøj has positioned itself as a leading supplier of excellent technical pump solutions, critical components, and full-scope service that match the transition to cleaner energy types in the marine industry. Revenue, order intake, and organization have grown significantly in the last few years.
Christina Borin looks forward to taking part in the exciting journey at Svanehøj. A company that matches her own ambitions and expectations.
- Svanehøj has a great reputation as a workplace and is a company with attractive products, a proud history, and a clear vision of where they want to go – both businesswise and in terms of ESG. It is in these areas that I can contribute with my international background and experience with economics to ensure that we are ready for the future, says Christina Borin.