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Elekta appoints Niklas Savander as its next President and Chief Executive Officer
Date:10/25/2013

STOCKHOLM, Oct. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Elekta announced today that Niklas Savander has been appointed as its next President and Chief Executive Officer, effective May 1, 2014. Niklas Savander will succeed Tomas Puusepp, who will continue with Elekta as a working member of its Board of Directors per the same date.

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Niklas Savander has extensive experience from senior management positions both within Hewlett Packard and Nokia, most recently as a member of Nokia's Executive Management Team responsible for the Company's day-to-day operations. He is currently a Private Equity Adviser in Helsinki, Stockholm and London.  Mr. Savander is married and has two children.

Laurent Leksell, Elekta's founder, former CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors, commented: "We are very pleased to have been able to appoint such an experienced and capable executive as Niklas Savander. His deep understanding of complex global technology industries, as well as his experience from global markets, is uniquely suited to lead Elekta through our next phase of profitable growth."

Commenting on Tomas Puusepp, Laurent Leksell said: "Tomas Puusepp has done a more than outstanding job as CEO. Under his leadership, Elekta has become a full-service Radiation Therapy company with the ambition to become the market leader in the next couple of years. I am pleased that Tomas has decided to continue working for Elekta as full-time member of the Board of Directors."

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