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Arise gets internal candidate as acting CEO

The Swedish wind developer promotes COO Per-Erik Eriksson to interim CEO.

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As of July 21, Arise has a temporary new chief executive at the helm. An internal candidate, Per-Erik Eriksson, who has until now held the title of chief operating officer at the Swedish company, will take over as acting CEO from Daniel Johansson late next month.

Johansson told the board of directors a few weeks ago that he would step down as CEO. However, he will remain available to the company for a period of six months, which, according to a statement, still applies.

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