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Bengt Gunnar Rydén

Bengt Gunnar Rydén was Swedish stock exchange executive. Fellow, Industrial Institute Economic and Social Research, 1966-1970. Fellow: Swedish Academy Auditing, Royal Swedish Academy Engineering Sciences.

Background

  • Rydén, Bengt Gunnar was born on October 30, 1936 in Stockholm. Son of Gunnar H. and Ragnhild L. (Soederbaum) Rydén.

  • Education

    • Master of Business Administration, Stockholm School of Economics, 1960. Doctor of Philosophy, Stockholm School of Economics, 1972.

    Career

    • Deputy chief economist Federation Swedish Industries, Stockholm, 1965-1966. Editor-in chief Swedish "Veckans Affärer", 1971-1973. Chief executive Center Business and Policy Studies, 1974-1984, Stockholm Stock Exchange, 1985-1998, executive chairman, 1998-1999.

      Vice chairman Swedish Accounting Standards Council, 1989—2002. Retired, 2002

      Chairman International Federation Stock Exchs., 1995—1997, Museum National Antiquities, Sweden, 1998—2005, Hallvarsson & Halvarsson AB, Sweden, 1999—2007, Seventh Swedish National Pension Fund, 1999—2008, Pantor Engineering AB, since 2000. Board directors Foundation Finance Research, Sweden, Svenskt Rekonstruktionskapital AB, Sweden, since 2003, Autobalance Svenska AB, since 2004, Nordic Investor Services AB, since 2006.

      Member Committee of Wise Men on the Regulation of European Securities Markets, 2000—2001, Government Commission on Restoration Public Trust in Business, 2002—2004.

    Membership

    Fellow: Swedish Academy Auditing, Royal Swedish Academy Engineering Sciences.

    Connections

    • Married Monica I.H. Tillberg, May 18, 1961.
    • father: Gunnar H. Rydu00e9n
    • mother: Ragnhild L. (Soederbaum) Rydu00e9n
    • spouse: Monica I.H. Tillberg
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    Born October 30, 1936
    • 1960
      Stockholm School Economics
    • 1972
      Stockholm School Economics
    • 1965 - 1966
      Deputy chief economist, Federation Swedish Industries
      Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden
    • 1971 - 1973
      editor-in chief Swedish "Veckans Aff+nrer"
    • 1974 - 1984
      chief executive, Center Business and Policy Studies
    • 1985 - 1998
      chief executive, Center Business and Policy Studies
    • 1989 - 2002
      vice chairman, Swedish Accounting Standards Council
    • 2002
      retired
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