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Media: Several headhunters see Maersk chairman staying for now

A desire for tranquility combined with the most recent hike in share prices could become Michael Pram Rasmussen's lifeline as chairman of the Maersk Group for the time being, market observers tell Danish daily Børsen.

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Several headhunters, according to Danish business daily Børsen, project that Michael Pram Rasmussen will continue to serve as chairman of the Group for some time yet in relation to the ongoing strategic review of the conglomerate.

"As part of a possible transaction in which A.P. Moeller-Maersk could be split into two entities, I think Michael Pram Rasmussen will remain for a period as chairman of both companies. Partly to calm things down around the business, and partly to show that things are under control," says Peter Mangaard, managing partner at executive search company Mangaard & Partners.

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