Stockholm, March 7, 2016 – Nasdaq Inc. (NASDAQ: NDAQ) today announced that Henrik Husman has been appointed President of Nasdaq Helsinki.
Henrik Husman joined Nasdaq in 1997 and currently holds the position of Vice President Cash Equities Product Management and is Deputy Managing Director of Nasdaq Helsinki.
“Henrik was the natural choice for this position and I am very pleased that he has accepted the opportunity,” said Hans-Ole Jochumsen, President of Nasdaq.
”With Henrik’s extensive experience within Nasdaq and especially cash equity trading, we are ensuring continuity in the Nordic region. Based on how close the Nasdaq Nordic exchanges work together, it is a very positive transition with Henrik Husman assuming the role in Finland and Lauri Rosendahl leading the Nordics and Stockholm. Lauri and Henrik make a great team.”
“I am proud and eager to take on this responsibility,” said Henrik Husman. “I’m very keen to ensure that the Helsinki Stock Exchange continues to be a vital part of the financial ecosystem in Finland.”
Henrik Husman will assume the position on March 10, 2016.
As previously announced, the current President of Nasdaq Helsinki, Lauri Rosendahl, will leave Nasdaq Helsinki and assume the leadership of Nasdaq Nordics and Nasdaq Stockholm.
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