New Finance Manager at Ulstein Verft

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Sindre Rotevatn (51) has been appointed finance manager and deputy managing director of Ulstein Verft AS. He will take up the position in November. “I am looking forward to joining ULSTEIN and to my new role as finance manager and deputy managing director of Ulstein Verft,” says Sindre Rotevatn. He comes from the position as Senior Vice President Business Process Improvement in Saferoad Group, where he previously held the position as CFO. Rotevatn also has several years of experience as finance manager in Ørsta-gruppen, Ørsta Stål and Møremøbler, in addition to experience from banking.
Rotevatn also succeeds Sigurd Viseth as deputy managing director of Ulstein Verft. Viseth has been appointed managing director of Ulstein Design & Solutions AS and area manager for the business area Design & Solutions in ULSTEIN. He succeeds Tore Ulstein, who will continue as deputy CEO of ULSTEIN and chairman of the board in Ulstein Group ASA.  Rotevatn succeeds Hans Børre Fiskaa as finance manager of Ulstein Verft. Fiskaa takes up a new position in the sales department of Ulstein Design & Solutions.

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