Jens Lööw appointed new CFO at Iver

13 March 2020 / Press release

Jens Lööw will be the new CFO at Iver. Jens has extensive experience from a number of senior managerial roles, including the last 15 years as CFO at companies such as Piab and Telia. Jens took up his new position at the beginning of March.

“I’m proud to welcome Jens to Iver and our Group management. Jens has a strong background and has been a popular manager at a number of successful companies. Jens’ background and profile are an excellent fit for our corporate culture, with its strong focus on customer satisfaction and growth,” says Carl-Magnus Månsson, President & CEO at Iver.

“I’m really looking forward to becoming part of Iver. I’m impressed by Iver’s transformative power and how far we have come in the process of integrating the companies that now make up Iver. My background in a variety of different finance roles in different cultures, coupled with my experience of building companies, will position my team and I to help develop Iver into the leading provider of IT operations services in the Nordic region”, says Jens Lööw, CFO at Iver.  

For further information, please contact:
Jakob Tapper, Information, Iver, tel: +46 739 81 63 33, email:

About Iver
Iver develops and provides services in the field of IT operations, high security solutions, and application development for medium- and large-sized companies and organisations, and for the public sector. Iver is the personal approach pretender in the Nordic IT operations market. Iver’s registered office is in Stockholm and we operate in Sweden and Norway, but our agenda will see us continue to expand throughout the Nordic region while remaining, at all times, close to our clients. The company’s roots lie in the successful merger between Candidator and DGC. Under EQT’s ownership, we have grown stronger together and acquired Solid Park, Exeo, Ismotec, and IT Gården, and Britt. Iver has a turnover of just over SEK 2.1 billion and approximately 1,200 employees. Find out more at

This information was published on 13 March 2020 at 09.30 (CET).