Uggla appointed vice chair of Maersk Drilling

The Mærsk heir is appointed vice chair of Maersk Drilling as a part of "strengthening" the board of directors ahead of the planned IPO this year.

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Mærsk heir Robert M. Uggla, Chief Executive for A.P. Moller Holding, is appointed as new vice chair for Maersk Drilling, the latter company informs in a statement.

The nomination of Uggla takes place as a part of efforts to "strengthen" the board ahead of the planned initial public offering of Maersk Drilling, expected to occur at some point in 2019.

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