Ingrid Bonde

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Ingrid Bonde
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Occupation Chief Financial Officer and Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Employer Vattenfall
Location Stockholm, Sweden
Website [1]

Ingrid Bonde is the chief financial officer and deputy chief executive officer of Vattenfall.[1]

Background

Bonde has been the CFO and deputy CEO of Vattenfall since 2012. In 2008 she served as president and CEO of AMF. Bonde was named director general of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority in 2003 following her previous role as deputy director general at The Swedish National Debt Office, where she was responsible for yen funding and portfolio management. Before that, she worked with the Scandinavian Airlines System as head of the Domestic Retail department, as vice president of finance and head of the SAS Group Finance department. Bonde started her career in 1982 with The First National Bank of Chicago doing credit analysis and credit administration. [2]

Bonde is a board member of St. Erik´s Eye Hospital and has held many assignments in the past, including: Swedish Civil Aviation Administration, Swedcarrier, chairman of the board, the Premium Pension Authority, Swedish Space Corporation, Swedish Rail, VPC AB (CSD in Sweden), Handelsbanken´s Mutual Fund, Scandinavian Airlines System´s Pension Fund and Scandinavian Airlines System Oil AB.

Education

Ingrid holds an MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics, where she spent a year in the New York University MBA program, New York Exchange Student Program. She has also attended the London School of Economics on a leadership programme.

References

  1. Profile. zoominfo.
  2. Group Management. Vattenfall.