Wilh. Wilhelmsen CEO inherits control of family investment firm

The Norwegian shipping group's CEO Thomas Wilhelmsen has inherited control of the family's shares in Tallyman AS.

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Thomas Wilhelmsen, chief executive of Norwegian shipping group Wilh. Wilhelmsen, on Tuesday inherited the one voting A share in the family's investment company Tallyman AS, according to a notice to the Oslo Stock Exchange.

Tallyman is the largest shareholder in shipping group Wilhelmsen with an ownership stake of 20.8 million A shares, corresponding to 60.18 percent, and 2.3 million B shares, corresponding to 19.22 percent.

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