The board

Our board supplies vital senior experience and know-how to our work.

Our board

Bjarne Rieber
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Bjarne Rieber

Bjarne Rieber (born 1936) represents the owners on the board. He brings first-hand knowledge of the legacy of Rieber & Søn, which during his time as owner and executive was transformed from a trading company into a major industrial group.

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Fritz Rieber
CEO
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Fritz Rieber
CEO

Fritz Rieber is a former partner at Borea, and has work experience from banking and finance. He has co-founded a number of companies and served member and chairman on the board of listed as well as non-listed companies.

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Marianne Mangschou Rieber
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Marianne Mangschou Rieber

Marianne Mangschou Rieber (born 1968) represents the owners on the board. She is the managing publisher of Mangschou Forlag, one of Norway’s most recognized publishers of books for children and young readers.

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Helge Midttun
Chairman of the Board
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Helge Midttun
Chairman of the Board

Helge Midttun (born 1955) has extensive experience from board work as well as operational management. Of particular value to Rieber & Søn is his know-how within the seafood and marine sectors and the food and beverage industry. Midttun has been President and CEO of Aker BioMarine, Fjord Seafood and Det Norske Veritas (now DNV GL). Midttun serves on the board of international fish farming group Cermaq and various other companies.

Helge Midttun holds a master’s degree from the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH).

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Leif Teksum
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Leif Teksum

Leif Teksum (born 1952) is one of Norway’s most experienced business leaders. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Yara and Nordic Trustee. To Rieber & Søn, Teksum brings well-rounded strategic and operational skills, built from his vantage position in the finance industry. Since 1991 he has been a member of group management in DNB, Norways’s leading bank, and has been in charge of large corporate clients in Norway and all international activities.

Teksum holds a master’s degree from The Norwegian School of Economics (NHH).

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