Maria Paulinz new Head of Treasury at Vattenfall

Maria Paulinz has been appointed new Head of Treasury at Vattenfall. She succeeds Robert Flink, who will retire. Maria Paulinz joins Vattenfall on March 15, 2023.

Maria Paulinz has solid experience within treasury from Volvo, among others. She comes most recently from a position as Head of Corporate Finance and Control at Electrolux.

"I look forward to welcome Maria to Vattenfall. With her broad and extensive experience from treasury in several large industrial companies, she will play an important role in developing the treasury function," says Johan Gyllenhoff, Head of Group Finance at Vattenfall.

"I´m very much looking forward to become part of the Vattenfall team. Being part of and continuing to develop the treasury function and at the same time working for a fossil-free living feels very good,” says Maria Paulinz.

Maria Paulinz will report to Vattenfall’s Head of Group Finance, Johan Gyllenhoff, and will be based in Solna, Sweden.

Robert Flink will remain with Vattenfall until the end of 2023 to ensure an efficient handover.

For further information, please contact:

Johan Sennerö, press officer +46 (0) 760 46 40 45

johan.senneroe@vattenfall.com

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