ABGSC undertakes its business in a number of geographical markets and has adopted a combination of local and international practice for good Corporate Goverance. ABGSC's view on Corporate Goverance is presented in the Corporate Governance Policy. The members of the Board of Directors and the Group Executive committee are presented below.
The board of directors
Bollinger has 28 years of experience in the securities business in both the US and Europe. From 1993, she lived and worked in London, initially for Goldman Sachs as Head of UK and European Research, then subsequently for Janus, CSFB and ABG Sundal Collier. Bollinger was a partner with ABG Sundal Collier from 1999 to 2006 and is an MBA graduate from Wharton Business School. In 2010, Bollinger relocated to Singapore and is building-on existing corporate finance relationships in the region.
Jan Petter Collier
Jan Petter Collier was one of the two founders of Sundal Collier in 1984 and is currently a partner within Investment Banking. He has previously been the Executive Chairman from 1992 until 2004 and CEO from 2004 to 2010. Prior to founding Sundal Collier he was Cheif Executive of Tennant and Deputy General Manager of Rogalandsbanken.
Grudén is currently the CEO of the Swedish IT and software company Syncron. Prior to joining Syncron he spent seven years with Accenture, formulating strategies for large, global clients in a variety of industries, and four years with the Swedish investment company Investor AB. Grudén holds two degrees: a M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering & Management and a B.Sc. in Economics & Business Administration.
Adele Bugge Norman Pran
Adele Bugge Norman Pran has extensive experience from due diligence, structuring and transactions with experience from PwC and Herkules Capital. Pran holds a degree in law from the University of Oslo, and higher revision studies from NHH. She has also studied advanced mathematics at Harvard University and has an International Baccalaureate from United World College, Atlantic. Pran also holds a board directorship with Løvenskiold Fossum
Engh joined the firm in 1993 and has been head of the Investment Banking Division since 1999. He is also a member of the Board of ABGSC. Before joining the firm, he was involved in the cruise and oil service sectors.
Brundtland joined the firm in 2010 and took over as CEO in October the same year. Prior to his position in ABGSC, he has held several board positions and been the CEO of Voss of Norway ASA. Brundtland also has 15 years experience as a lawyer and partner with the law firm BAHR in Oslo. He holds a Law degree from the University of Oslo.
Geir B. Olsen
Olsen joined the firm in 2002 and is currently Chief Financial Officer. He was previously Head of Business Development and Projects and has also worked witihin Equity Sales and Investment Banking.
Berglund joined the firm in 2006, and holds the position as Managing Director in Sweden. Prior to ABGSC, he worked as a research analysts at Alfred Berg, Deutsche Bank and Carnegie.
Andersen joined the firm in 1994 and is currently Head of Investment Banking. He started working in ABG Sundal Collier right after his studies in the Norwegian School of Economics.
Flostrand joined the firm in 2009 and is currently Head of Equity Sales International and Managing Partner for the London office. He has previously worked at Credit Agricole Chevreux and JPMorgan. Flostrand holds a Ph.D in Accounting from Uppsala University
Hans Øyvind Haukeli
Haukeli joined the firm in 2001 and is Co-Head of Equities & Fixed Income in Norway. Haukeli has a MSc from the Norwegian School of Management.
Unneland joined the firm in 2016 as Head of Debt Capital Markets. He has previously worked with Sales and Origination of high yield bonds in Pareto Securities. Unneland has a MSc from NTNU.
Ström joined the firm in 2011 and is currently Head of Investment Banking Sweden. Prior to his position in ABGSC, he was head of debt capital markets with Öhman and he has also worked as portfolio manager at Swedbank Robur. Ström has a MSc in Economics from Gothenburg School of Economics.