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Kristofer Tonström to become new head of Clas Ohlson

The Board of Directors of Clas Ohlson has appointed Kristofer Tonström as the new president and CEO of the company.

The Board of Directors of Clas Ohlson has appointed Kristofer Tonström as the new president and CEO of the company.

The new head of Clas Ohlson is to be Kristofer Tonström. He will take up his appointment as president and CEO by 9 March 2021, according to the Swedish retailer. Born in 1979, Tonström is moving to the company from fashion label Filippa K, of which he is the current CEO. He was previously CEO at Omega Pharma Nordic and has also held senior positions at Procter & Gamble.

Clas Ohlson's present CEO, Lotta Lyrå, will remain in post until 4 December 2020. CFO Pär Christiansen will then run the company during the transition phase.

|10 September 2020 | 12:21


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