Former head of EAC steps down from Lauritzen Fonden

Michael Fiorini is stepping down from his position as deputy chairman of the board at Lauritzen Fonden. Fiorini was the head of Denmark's East Asiatic Company from 1992 to 1996. He will now be replaced by another prominent shipping figure.

Michael Fiorini held the reins of EAC from 1992 to 1998. This photo is from 1998. | Photo: Morten Langkilde/Polfoto/Arkiv

Former head of East Asiatic Company (EAC), Michael Fiorini, is stepping down as deputy chairman of the board at Lauritzen Fonden.

Fiorini has been on the board of the foundation, which owns carriers J. Lauritzen and DFDS, since 2012. According to a notice to Denmark's corporate register, he is now parting ways with the company's board. Lauritzen Fonden confirms the news.

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