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forest industry company executive

Gustaf Fredrik Serlachius, forest industry company executive. Member Finnboard (chairman 1990-1991), Employers' Association of Finnish Forest Industries, Finnish Employers' Association (administrative board since 1972), Finnish Foreign Trade Association, Finnish-Soviet Chamber of Commerce, Helsinki Stock Exchange Cooperative.

Background

Serlachius, Gustaf Fredrik was born on June 16, 1935 in Mänttä, Finland. Son of Ralph Erik and Ellen Brita Lisa (Idman) Serlachius.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, Helsinki School Economics, Finland, 1959; student, University Wisconsin, 1956-1957; postgraduate, Centre d'Etudes Industrielles, Geneva, 1959-1960.

Career

Department head, Georgia Serlachius Corporation, Finland, 1961-1968; assistant general manager, general manager Kangas Paper Mill, Chairman of the Board director, Georgia Serlachius Corporation, Finland, 1968-1986; member administrative board, Georgia Serlachius Corporation, Finland, 1978-1986; Chairman of the Board, Metsä-Serla Oy, Finland, since 1987. Managing director Georgia Serlachius Corporation, 1969-1986. Chairman administrative board directors and management The Gosta Serlachius Fine Arts Foundation, Mantta.

Board directors Center Association Finnish Forest Industries, The Finnish Advisory Board Insead, others. Governing board Pension-Varma Mutual Insurance Company, since 1986, Industrial Mutual Insurance Company, since 1971, Finnish Marine Insurance Company Ltd., 1976-1990.

Membership

Member Finnboard (chairman 1990-1991), Employers' Association of Finnish Forest Industries, Finnish Employers' Association (administrative board since 1972), Finnish Foreign Trade Association, Finnish-Soviet Chamber of Commerce, Helsinki Stock Exchange Cooperative.

Connections

Married Eva Mortensen, 1967 (deceased 1986). Married Birgitta Holmberg, 1988.

father:
Ralph Erik Serlachius

mother:
Ellen Brita Lisa (Idman) Serlachius

spouse:
Eva Mortensen

spouse:
Birgitta Holmberg