Autoliv, an automotive safety systems company, has added two new independent directors to the Autoliv Board, Hasse Johansson and Thaddeus “Ted” Senko, effective March 2. With the addition of Johansson and Senko, Autoliv has expanded its board size from nine to eleven directors.
Johansson currently serves on the boards of Swedish public companies Electrolux AB and DevPort AB, and on the boards of a number of other private Swedish industrial and engineering companies. Johansson served from 2001 to 2009 as executive vice president of research and development at Scania, a major automotive industry manufacturer of heavy trucks, buses, and other commercial vehicles. Since 2010, he has been managing director of Johansson Teknik & Form, a company he founded.
Senko had an extensive career at KPMG from 1978 to 2017, providing enterprise risk management, compliance, and audit services to various public companies. At KPMG, he served as audit partner and SEC Reviewing partner for eight years, chief audit executive for four years, global and national partner-in-charge of internal audit, risk and compliance services for eight years, and global engagement partner and client services partner for seven years.
Johansson and Senko each were appointed for a term expiring at the 2018 Annual General Meeting of Stockholders on May 8, 2018. They have each been nominated by the board for re-election at the 2018 Annual General Meeting of Stockholders.