Maersk Chairman Michael Pram is stepping down

Maersk Group's current Chairman Michael Pram Rasmussen is stepping down. Instead, the impending Siemens chairman has been nominated for the position.

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Michael Pram Rasmussen is stepping down after 14 years serving as chairman of the board at Maersk Group, writes the Danish conglomerate in a press release Wednesday morning, adding that Jim Hagemann Snabe has been nominated to be the new chairman.

"Since 1999 Michael Pram Rasmussen has served A.P. Møller - Mærsk A/S as a Board member, 14 years as our Chairman. I am very grateful for his many contributions and relentless commitment to our Group, during good as well as hard times," says Vice Chairman Ane Mærsk Mc-Kinney Uggla.

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