V.Group's fourth CEO in three years: "The many changes may indeed have been a distraction"

René Kofod-Olsen is V.Group's fourth CEO in just three years. The many changes have been a distraction and have led to several wrong decisions, he tells ShippingWatch. The mandate from the owner is to future-proof the company, and for this he is willing to make both selections and rejections.

René Kofod-Olsen, CEO of ship management company V.Group. | Photo: PR-FOTO

The many changes at the very top of ship management company V.Group have affected the company's performance and may have led to wrongful decisions, acknowledges V.Group's new chief executive, René Kofod-Olsen, in an interview with ShippingWatch.

"The many changes may indeed have been a distraction. I think that, without a doubt, this can be seen in our past performance and perhaps decisions made then," says Kofod-Olsen.

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