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STOCKHOLM -- Henriette Wendt has been appointed Head of Group Corporate Development. It is a new function and part of TeliaSonera’s Group Executive Management with responsibility for, among other things, strategy, business development, mergers and acquisitions across the group.

Henriette Wendt is currently Head of Corporate Strategy and Participation Management at Swisscom. She will join TeliaSonera at the end of August at the latest.

“I am very happy to announce Henriette Wendt as our new Head of Corporate Development. Her experience from senior positions in the field of strategy and business development at Swisscom and Motorola in the past ten years will be very valuable for TeliaSonera going forward,” said Johan Dennelind, TeliaSonera’s president and CEO.

Also, Karin Eliasson has decided to leave her position as Head of Group Human Resources for a new assignment. The recruitment process for her replacement is ongoing.

“I thank Karin Eliasson for her contribution over the years and wish her all the best in the future,” said Johan Dennelind. In addition Ingrid Stenmark has been appointed Head of the CEO Office. Among other things the CEO Office is responsible for TeliaSonera’s shareholding’s in the associate companies MegaFon and Turkcell. Ingrid Stenmark has been with the company many years and has held various senior positions, including acting General Councel during the autumn of 2013. In her new role she will report to the CEO, but not be part of the Group Executive Management.

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