With the objective to further strengthen Karnov Group’s IT dimension and tech division, Karnov Group today has announced the appointment of Jesper Kingo Christensen as Chief Technology Officer. He will be responsible for developing the company’s digital solutions and continuously improving the user experience.
Flemming Breinholt, CEO of Karnov Group, said: “the appointment is fully in line with our objective to strengthen the company’s digital offering and user experience. We believe that Jesper’s wide knowledge in IT management will serve our aim to maintain our position as the leading provider of information solutions in legal, tax and auditing, in order for our clients to conduct better decisions faster.”
“I am thrilled and very excited to be joining this innovative company. Karnov Group is a truly modern business, unique of its kind in Scandinavia, while also fully positioned to adapt its business to the ongoing digital transformation of the service sector. I am looking forward to being part of the journey ahead”, said Jesper Kingo Christensen.
Jesper previously served as Vice President for Pandora, where he led the work on Global IT planning. He has an extensive background in software development, project management and IT strategy for global operations. Over the course of his career, he further gained broad leadership experience from the military service, where he has served both in Denmark and abroad.
Jesper Kingo Christensen’s appointment is effective from September 17.
For more information, please contact:
CEO Karnov Group
+45 40 322 332
About Karnov Group
Karnov Group is Scandinavia’s largest supplier of information solutions for professionals in the areas of legal, tax, and auditing. With brands as Karnov, Norstedts Juridik, VJS, Notisum, Change Board Member, and Forlaget Andersen, Karnov Group delivers knowledge and insights, enabling more than 40.000 users to make better decisions, faster – every day. With offices in Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Malmø, Karnov Group employs 230 people. Karnov Group is owned by Five Arrows Principal Investments, part of Rothschild Group.