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Michael Rosenlew becomes Managing Director of IK Investment Partners

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Michael Rosenlew has been appointed new Managing Director of IK Investment Partners AB in Sweden as of 1 July 2009.

Michael Rosenlew has been responsible for IK’s Finnish investments since 1993. In 2002 he was appointed as one of the Managing Partners of IK Investment Partners Group and last year Deputy Chairman for IK Investment Partners AB. He will be replacing Gustav Öhman who for family reasons has chosen to leave IK later this year.

“We would like to thank Gustav for all his commitment and support since IK began its operations 20 years ago. We wish him all the best for the future,” says Björn Savén, Executive Chairman.

IK Investment Partners Group will continue to be managed by Björn Savén, Executive Chairman, together with Michael Rosenlew and the other two Managing Partners; Detlef Dinsel and Christopher Masek.

Michael Rosenlew holds a M.Sc Business and Economics from the Swedish School of Business and Economics in Helsinki. Prior to joining IK in 1993, he worked for Amer and Lundia.  

For more information, contact:
Charlotte Laveson
Tel: + 46 8 678 95 00

About IK Investment Partners

IK Investment Partners (formerly known as Industri Kapital) (“IK”) is a European private equity firm, having raised a total of EUR 5.7 billion, including EUR 1.7 billion in the latest fund IK2007. Since 1989, IK has acquired 68 European companies. The current portfolio encompasses 19 companies with a total turnover close to EUR 7 billion. IK invests mainly in mid-sized companies with strong cash flow and profit improvement potential, operating in mature industries with fundamental underlying growth. For more information visit our website:

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