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Jannica Fagerholm

Vice Chair of the Board, born 1961

CV, 16 May 2022

Member of the Board of Directors of Sampo plc since 18 April 2013 and Vice Chair of the Board since 9 April 2019.

CV, 16 May 2022

Current Position

Signe and Ane Gyllenberg Foundation

  • Managing Director 2010-


Hanken School of Economics

  • Master of Science (Econ) 1986


SEB Gyllenberg Private Bank

  • Managing Director and Head of Private Banking 1999-2010 
  • Member to Management Board of SEB Gyllenberg Asset Management 1999-2010
  • Member of SEB’s Private Banking Management Group 2007-2010
  • Member to Management Board of SEB Finland 2007-2010
  • Chairman of the Credit Committee of SEB Gyllenberg Private Bank 2001-2010

Handelsbanken Liv

  • Head of Life Insurance business in Finland 1998-1999

Sampo Group

  • various positions in Sampo Insurance Group and its Investment Management Unit in 1990-1998
  • Vice President Investments, Sampo Life and Kaleva 1996-1998
  • Head of Fixed Income 1994-1996
  • Head of Finance, Investment Management 1992-1994

Positions of Trust

Association of Finnish Foundations

  • Chair of the Board 2022-

Solidium Oy

  • Board Member 2019-

Kesko Corporation

  • Board Member 2016-

Swedish Society of Literature in Finland

  • Board Member 2015-
  • Member of the Investment Committee 2001-2015

Kelonia (Private Equity holding company)

  • Board Member 2010-

Sampo plc

  • Board Member 2013-2019, Vice Chair 2019-
  • Member of the Audit Committee 2013 – 2016, Chair of the Audit Committee 2016-

Ms. Fagerholm has been determined by Sampo’s Board of Directors to be independent of the company and of major shareholders under the rules on Finnish Corporate Governance Code.