Management and Board Holdings

The Schibsted management is exposed to the Schibsted share through share ownership, a long term incentive program and through a previous performance based share purchase programme. This page provides an overview of the Group Management and The Board's exposure.

The figures were last updated on 22 February 2018.

Group management team

Rolv Erik Ryssdal

CEO

Number of A shares: 20,331
Number of B shares: 45,644

Trond Berger

EVP Chief Financial Officer

Number of A shares: 4,399
Number of B shares: 35,136

Sondre Gravir

EVP Europe, Established Sites

Number of A shares: 4,551
Number of B shares: 7,758

Raoul Grünthal

EVP Sweden

Number of A shares: 17,456
Number of B shares: 21,924

Rian Liebenberg

EVP Chief Technology Officer

Number of A shares: 1,633
Number of B shares: 3,460 

Lena K. Samuelsson

EVP Communications & CSR

Number of A shares: 9,227
Number of B shares: 11,134

Tina Stiegler

EVP People and Strategy 

Number of A shares: 559
Number of B shares: 4,721

 

The Board

Ole Jacob Sunde

Chairman of the Board

Number of A shares: 40,000
Number of B shares: 100,000

Orla Noonan

Board member

Number of A shares: 2,500
Number of B shares: 2,500

Ingunn Saltbones

Board Representative

Number of A shares: 401
Number of B shares: 489

Finn Våga

Board Representative

Number of A shares: 96
Number of B shares: 96

Torbjörn Ek

Board Representative

Number of A shares: 133
Number of B shares: 339

Birger Steen

Board member

Number of A shares: 520
Number of B shares: 0  

Christian Ringnes

Board member

Number of A shares: 40,000
Number of B shares: 40,000  

Marianne Budnik

Board member

Number of A shares: 0
Number of B shares: 0

Arnaud De Puyfontaine

Board member

Number of A shares: 0
Number of B shares: 0

Eugénie Van Wiechen

Board member

Number of A shares: 0
Number of B shares: 
0  

 

The list includes any shares held by close affiliates.

Performance based share purchase programme

In 2010 Schibsted’s Annual General Meeting adopted a new performance-based share purchase programme for key employees in the corporate management and in the subsidiaries. The new program replaced a more traditional share option program.

Part of the background for the program is the desire that Schibsted’s managers should own more shares in the group and thereby ensure that both management and the shareholders share a greater degree of common interests than is previously.

Read more here: "Statement of executive compensation" 2015.