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The board

  • Siri Teigum

    Board chair, Oslo

    Appointed to the board as of 16 May 2015, and as board chair as of 16 May 2017. Siri Teigum is a partner at the law firm Thommessen, where she heads up the EU/EEA and competition law practice. Siri Teigum is a director of Gyldendal ASA. She holds a law degree from the University of Oslo and an EU law qualification from the College of Europe.
  • Bjørn Østbø

    Deputy board chair, Tertnes

    Appointed as a board member as of 16 May 2017. Bjørn Østbø is an economist with a degree in business administration from the Norwegian School of Economics. He runs his own investment and consultancy business, and is a member of various boards of directors, including those of Helse Bergen, SIVA and the University of Bergen. He also served as acting CEO of Silver Pensjonsforsikring AS during its public administration (2017–2018). He was previously a group director at DNB and CEO of Vital Forsikring and Vital Eiendom, as well as a partner and director at First Securities.
  • Marianne Hansen

    Steigen

    Appointed to the Executive Board of Folketrygdfondet in 2010. She is Vice President at Sparebank 1 Nord-Norge. Previously Hansen served as head of Finance of the Municipality of Steigen and Deputy Director General at the Ministry of Finance.
  • Liselott Kilaas

    Appointed as a board member as of 16 May 2017. Liselott Kilaas holds a degree in mathematics from the University of Oslo and an MBA from IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland. She is a member of the boards of DnV GL and Orkla, and previously served on the Executive Board of Norges Bank for 12 years. Liselott Kilaas also has international management experience, including from the Scandinavian health and care provider Aleris, where she spent the last three years as Group Chief Executive.
  • Renate Larsen

    Tromsø

    Appointed as a board member as of 1 January 2013. Renate Larsen holds an economics degree from the Norwegian School of Economics. She is currently managing director of the Norwegian Seafood Council, and before that served as CEO of Lerøy Aurora AS. Renate Larsen chairs the board of directors of Hålogaland Theatre, and is deputy chair of the board of the Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics at UiT The Arctic University of Norway.
  • Einar Westby

    Appointed to the board on 16 May 2015. Einar Westby holds an economics degree from BI Norwegian Business School and qualified as a state-authorised public accountant at the Norwegian School of Economics. He runs his own consultancy firm, and is a director of GIEK Kredittforsikring AS and Norvestor Equity AS. Westby has previously served as board chair of PricewaterhouseCoopers AS, where he was a partner until 2009.
  • Hans Aasnæs

    Appointed to the board on 16 May 2015. Hans Aasnæs is an agricultural economist and certified financial analyst, and holds a higher degree from the Norwegian School of Economics. He is Senior Vice President at Umoe Group, and a director of several of the group’s subsidiaries. From 2005 to 2013, he served as CEO of Storebrand Asset Management. Before that, he held various positions at Storebrand in the period 1994–2005. Hans Aasnæs is a director of Statskog, Investinor, Nordic Trustee ASA and Gjensidige Investeringsrådgivning.
  • Christine Tørklep

    Nesoddtangen

    Appointed as deputy board member as of 1 December 2017. Christine Tørklep holds a degree in environmental engineering from the University of Agder, an MSc in Environmental Strategy from the University of Surrey and an MBA in financial governance and management from the Norwegian School of Economics. She is currently general manager of the consultancy firm REvise AS, as well as a director of Statskog SF, Greenstat AS, the Norwegian Board of Technology and the Ministry of Climate and Environment’s climate board. Christine Tørklep has previously worked as an analyst, a portfolio manager and head of sustainable investment at Storebrand Kapitalforvaltning, as a key account manager at Norsk Gjenvinning and as an adviser at Norsas AS.
  • Trond M. Døskeland

    Bergen

    Appointed as a regularly attending alternate with effect from 1 January 2013. He is Associate Professor in the Department of Finance and Management Science at the Norwegian School of Economics. Trond M. Døskeland completed his doctorate in 2007. He is also a member of the board of the Finance Market Fund.
  • Aleksander Smerkerud

    Employee representative

    Aleksander Smerkerud was elected to Folketrygdfondet's board as an employee representative in 2018. He has been with Folketrygdfondet since 2009, working as a finance consultant in the finance department. Aleksander Smerkerud holds a Master’s Degree in Economics and Business Administration from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences.
  • Tine Fossland

    Employee representative (observer)

    Tine Fossland was elected to Folketrygdfondet’s board of directors as the deputy employee representative in 2016, and has served as employee representative (observer) since 2017. She has been with Folketrygdfondet since 2015, working in the equities department, first as a responsible investment analyst and currently as a portfolio manager. Before joining Folketrygdfondet, Tine Fossland was a consultant at PwC and EY. She holds a Master’s degree in finance and administration from the Norwegian School of Economics and a Master’s degree in sustainable development from HEC Paris.
  • Joakim Kvamvold

    Deputy employee representative

    Joakim Kvamvold was elected to Folketrygdfondet's board as an employee representative in 2018, having worked as a financial analyst in the operations and risk management department since joining Folketrygdfondet in 2015. He has previously been as an analyst at KLP Kapitalforvaltning and a risk analyst at BN Bank. Joakim Kvamvold holds a Master's degree in financial economics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and completed a PhD in social economics at the same university in 2015.

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