Cermaq has appointed Tore Valderhaug as chief financial officer (CFO), located at the group’s headquarters in Oslo. He will report to chief executive officer Geir Isaksen and be a part of the Cermaq central management team (CCMT).
Valderhaug has broad experience as CFO in listed companies. He was previously executive vice president and CFO in EDB Business Partner ASA, and has also held similar positions in Proxima ASA and Ocean Rig ASA. Before joining Cermaq, he was partner in Altaria Private Equity.
Valderhaug is a Norwegian state-authorised public accountant and has long audit experience inter alia from Arthur Andersen & Co. He replaces Steven Rafferty, who has taken on a new role as chief operating officer (COO) for the global farming division.
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