We are delighted to announce that we collaborated with SwedCham APAC in SwedCham APAC CEO Series with the guest speaker, Mats Rahmström, President & CEO of Atlas Copco Group.
For almost 150 years, Atlas Copco has been turning industrial ideas into business-critical benefits. Innovation has always been at the heart of its operations and in this session Mr Rahmström will give an insight into how Atlas Copco is collaborating with customers to drive innovation. He will also give some background on how this very hands-on approach to innovation helps the Group to develop highly efficient and sustainable products that meet the needs of our customers, society and the world.
Atlas Copco was founded in 1873 in Stockholm, Sweden. In 2021, the company had revenues of SEK111 bn and 43,000 employees.
Mr Mats Rahmström is the President and CEO of Atlas Copco AB. He is also the President of the Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems General Industry division. Before he was appointed President and CEO he was Business Area President for Industrial Technique.
Mr Rahmström holds an MBA from the Henley Management College in the United Kingdom.
Eugenia Fabon Victorino joined SEB in August 2018 as the Head of Asia Strategy focusing on macro research in the Asia Pacific region. Prior to SEB, Eugenia spent almost 6 years as an Economist at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ Bank) in Singapore covering ASEAN and South Korea. She has also worked at ING Bank in Amsterdam focusing on country risk in Emerging Markets.
Ms Victorino is a frequent speaker at major international media outlets like Bloomberg TV and BBC.
Ms Victorino, has also worked as a university lecturer handling Microeconomic Theory, Mathematics for Economics, and Statistics for Economics at Ca' Foscari University of Venice and Ateneo de Manila.
Ms Victorino holds double bachelor degrees in Mathematics and Economics from the Ateneo de Manila University. She is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy), during which she spent some years as a graduate exchange student at the Universiteit van Amsterdam (the Netherlands).