The general meeting has supreme authority in Cambi ASA. All shareholders registered in the Norwegian Registry of Securities (VPS) are entitled to participate and vote in person or by proxy. The general meeting elects shareholder representatives on the board of directors and approves the annual result and any proposed dividend payments.
The annual general meeting is held each year by 30 June, with notice and documents available on the website at least 14 days in advance.
The annual general meeting for 2022 took place on 11 May 2022. You can find the press release following the meeting in the News section.
Cambi will be communicating with shareholders and the financial market timely, fairly and frankly.
Market participants will be treated equally and receive correct, clear, relevant and up-to-date information.
We are working to develop the investor section of the website in line with the Oslo Børs Code of Practice of 1 July 2019.
Cambi ASA is a public liability company with headquarters in Asker, Norway. The object of the company is to own and conduct operations within industrial development of environmental technology and environmental-friendly products, to carry out projects related to environmental technology, together with investments in other companies in order to promote the company's business.
Founder and majority shareholder, Per Lillebø is Chair of the Board in Cambi ASA. Mr. Lillebø holds a master's degree from the Norwegian Business School (NHH) in Bergen, Norway. He started his career in Norsk Hydro in 1980 and, just a few years later, co-established a profitable business within oil trading, distribution, and marketing. In the following years, he successfully managed and developed several companies within the same industry.
In 1992, Mr. Lillebø and his partners acquired Cambi, a small research and development company focused on utilising steam explosion technology. This ultimately became the company's core competence as Cambi developed world-leading technologies within the wastewater sludge treatment industry.
Mr. Lillebø has been instrumental in developing Cambi into a top-tier company within the international wastewater industry and has developed a broad international network over the years.
Gro Brækken is a Norwegian citizen and member of Cambi's Board of Directors since 2009. She holds an MSc in Chemical Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. Ms. Brækken has a long and broad experience from top management of international companies and organisations with CEO, line, and staff management experience within oil and gas, refineries, natural gas, shipbuilding and banking.
She was, until 2015, CEO of the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association and is at present Secretary General for the Norwegian Institute of Directors (Styreinstituttet). This background has given her in-depth industrial and political competence and a broad network within politics, business and the society in general.
Gro Brækken also has solid board experience as a member and chair of the boards of directors of national and international companies within energy, industry, project management, health and NGOs. Ms. Brækken was Chair of Cambi's Board of Directors during the period 2016 to 2022.
Birgitte Lillebø Sandvold is a Norwegian citizen. She holds a graduate degree in Business with a major in Marketing (MSc) from BI Norwegian Business School. Mrs. Lillebø Sandvold has 8 years of experience within international marketing and broad expertise within the retail trade from international companies and organizations, such as L'Oréal.
Being in charge of large protfolios of world leading brands has given her solid experience within brand and category development, media and launch strategies, trade marketing strategies, and sales and promotion activites. She is currently a Brand Category Manager in Scandinavian Cosmetics Group, the Nordic region's leading distributor of cosmetics.
Mrs. Lillebø Sandvold is a member of Cambi's Board of Directors since 2015, representing the majority shareholder.
Anselmo Teixeira is an American citizen and Member of the Board in Cambi, a position he has held since 2015. He is a graduate of Industrial Engineering (production processes) from the University of Technology of Sao Paulo, and also holds a BSc degree in Mathematics from the University Fundação Santo André. Mr. Teixeira has more than 35 years of experience in the municipal and industrial global wastewater markets, with expertise involving biological processes; liquid-solids separation; dewatering and drying technologies.
With considerable experience in the North American and global process equipment, turnkey solutions and services industry, he has led and managed several businesses: Dorr-Oliver; Eimco Process Equipment (currently part of Ovivo); US Filter Corporation; Veolia and Siemens Water Technologies.
More recently, through his consulting practice or as board member, Mr. Teixeira has been assisting companies to improve their performance and grow internationally, and also advises investment firms with analysis, DD, acquisition, successful exit and management improvement.
Glen Thomas Daigger is an American citizen and Member of the Board in Cambi since 2015. Dr. Daigger is Professor of Engineering Practice at the University of Michigan and President of One Water Solutions, a water engineering and innovation firm. He served as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for CH2M Hill (now Jacobs), where he was employed for 35 years. From 2010 to 2014, he was President of the International Water Association (IWA).
Having authored or co-authored more than 200 technical papers, five books, and several technical maunals, he contributes to advance practice within the water profession. He has advised many cities, including New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Istanbul and Beijing.
Dr. Daigger is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Water Research Reuse Foundation, a Distinguished Fellow of IWA, and a Fellow of the Water Environment Federation (WEF).
Vibecke Hverven, newly elected to Cambi's Board of Directors, has experience in project work, top management and board positions in various business areas, including the renewable energy sector. Ms Hverven was CEO of Sweco Norway from 2005 to 2012. She also led DNV's upscaling within renewable energy in Scandinavia before she became general manager of OBOS Project.
Today, Ms Hverven is a partner in the business consulting company Considium Consulting Group with board positions as her main activity. She has many years of board experience from NGI, Eidsiva Vannkraft and various project management and real estate companies. In recent years, she has also been involved in innovation through positions in start-up companies.
Andreas Mørk is a Norwegian citizen and a member of the Board of Directors in Cambi, a position he has held since 2022. Mr. Mørk is the Investment Director of AWC AS, a Norwegian investment company owned by the Wilhelmsen family. Before this, he was, inter alia, a management consultant at McKinsey & Company and a partner at private equity firm Lindsay Goldberg.
Mr. Mørk holds an MSc in Finance from The Norwegian School of Economics (Norges Handelshøyskole).
Dragoș Tâlvescu is a Norwegian and Romanian citizen. He is member of Cambi’s Board of Directors, elected by the employees. Mr. Tâlvescu leads the marketing team in Cambi, currently acting as Marketing Director.
He has 10 years of experience in the energy and water sectors, with focus on strategic issues related to sludge management, natural gas and biogas markets, as well as ESG governance. Before Cambi, Mr. Tâlvescu was personal advisor to the Energy Minister in Romania, and Partner and Consultant in Sund Energy.
Mr. Tâlvescu has an MSc in International Marketing Management from the BI Norwegian Business School and a BSc Business Administration from the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest, Romania.