Pandora suggests two new candidates as Erik Danquard Jensen retires.
Erik Danquard Jensen is set to retire from the board of directors at Pandora as the board prepares to elect two new members.
Danguard Jensen’s retirement from the Pandora board is effective immediately. The former chief executive of Royal Scandinavia had served on the Pandora board since 2008.
Pandora has put forward two new candidates to join the board, both of who have heavyweight business careers. The candidates are Anders Boyer-Søgaard and Ronica Wang.
Boyer-Søgaard is chief financial officer of GN Store Nord A/S and GN ReSound A/S and lives in his native home of Denmark. He has previously served, inter alia, as regional treasury manager for APAC & Middle East at A.P. Moller-Maersk as well as regional director in ISS. He is also managing director of Beltone Europe Holdings ApS, is chairman of the board of directors of GN and deputy chairman of the board of directors of GN Ejendomme A/S and GN Otometrics A/S.
Pandora said that Boyer-Søgaard would bring his experience within general management of large global organisations as well as his extensive experience within economy, finance and accounting to his role on the board at the jewellery group.
Fellow candidate Wang, whos is based in Shanghai, is managing director and founder of The InnoGrowth Group. She was previously chairman, president and representative director of Avon Japan and executive vice-president and chief marketing officer of Hutchison-Priceline. She has also been employed in several executive positions with Johnson & Johnson and Procter &Gamble within marketing, brand management and e-business strategy.
Pandora said that Wang’s special skills are her extensive, international experience within management as well as her extensive experience within marketing and sales, e-business strategy, innovation and brand development and cross-border strategic management, in particular within the Asia-Pacific region.