Top manager Per Madsen leaves CPH

Madsen CFO at Copenhagen Airports since February 2008

Copenhagen Airports A/S says that it is looking for a new chief financial officer, as the current CFO, Per Madsen, has chosen to resign. Madsen, 43, leaves his position at the end of July 2012. He has been CFO at Copenhagen Airports A/S since February 2008 and a member of the airport’s executive management team for 18 months.
“Per Madsen has played an important part in the development that Copenhagen Airport has seen in the past years and I wish him the best in his future endeavours,” Thomas Woldbye, CEO of Copenhagen Airports, said.


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