Eric Cameron was elected to the Board in March 2016. In May 2016 alevo.com described him as:
A career journalist who rose to hold myriad board positions with companies across the globe, Eric Cameron brings vast media and business savvy to the Alevo board. His posts have included executive editorship of Dagens Næringsliv, Norway’s leading business publication, executive director Hafslund Nycomed, a research-driven pharmaceutical company, as well as founder of Gambit Hill & Knowlton, which remains Norway’s largest media consulting firm. His numerous major transactions include leadership in the purchase of Nordea Bank and Danske Bank’s purchase of Fokus Bank.
Whilst being a board member Mr Cameron was paid CHF 120,000 yearly. In addition to this, in November 2016 he also obtained a Mandate Agreement whereby he was additionally paid CHF 100,000 yearly for his “Interim responsibility for Investor Relations”. This agreement was signed off by Jostein Eikeland and Per Dybwad, whose own remuneration for being interim CEO was substantially increased around that time, signed off by Eric Cameron!
This Post Has 6 Comments
Pingback: Jostein Eikeland – Alevo Story
Pingback: Alevo’s early funding by a narcotics trafficker – Alevo Story
Pingback: 2015 & 2016 - questions to answer - Alevo Story
Pingback: Per Dybwad - Alevo Story
Like!! Thank you for publishing this awesome article.
Pingback: Jostein Eikeland - Alevo Story