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Anna Rasin new Head of Marketing and Communications at Vinge

January 13, 2011

Anna Rasin is the new Head of Marketing and Communications at Advokatfirman Vinge. She joined the firm from her position as Information Manager at NASDAQ OMX where she has worked for the last ten years.
 
Anna Rasin is 38 years old and has worked in the marketing and communications industry for 13 years which has included positions at the consultancy firm JKL and NASDAQ OMX.
 
At NASDAQ OMX her responsibilities included working on internal and external communications in connection with various mergers and acquisitions.
 
"Anna Rasin's proven experience from the financial sector constitutes a significant advantage for us at Vinge and we are looking forward together with Anna to developing Vinge within the area of marketing and communications," says Michael Vigge, Managing Partner of Vinge.
 
Anna Rasin has a degree in economics from the Stockholm School of Economics.
 
"I am looking forward to further developing communications within Vinge. It is always exciting to change business sector and now I will have the opportunity to focus on marketing and communications issues. I am looking forward to working with my competent and gifted colleagues at Vinge" says Anna Rasin.
 
Anna Rasin commenced employment on 3 January 2011.

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