NAC appoints Pedersen new CFO

July 10, 2017 | Billund, Denmark
Written by Nordic Aviation Capital
Nordic Aviation Capital has announced its plan to strengthen its executive management team as it continues its rapid growth in the regional aircraft leasing space.

Brian Ruben Pedersen has joined NAC as chief financial officer effective July 1.

Having held several senior executive positions in Maersk, Brian Ruben Pedersen’s most recent position was as CFO for Maersk Global Shared Services in Mumbai. He has more than 22 years’ experience working in various financial and managerial roles and has gained substantial international exposure from working in a variety of countries including Hong Kong, Pakistan, Indonesia, Singapore, and Brazil.

Brian holds a Bachelor of Finance from Copenhagen Business School, majoring in Finance and Credit Markets. He has completed several executive training courses at IMD Switzerland.

Søren M. Overgaard, CEO of Nordic Aviation Capital, commented: “Brian brings a wealth of leadership and financial experience to NAC. His achievements and expertise in financial management will make a significant contribution to the financial and strategic development of our company. I am delighted to welcome Brian to his new role in NAC.”

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