Sweden – ‘Collaboratively decarbonising industry’

The net zero and sustainability transition will require one of the largest demonstrations of collective action the world has seen. The very nature of scope 3 emissions means that no player can decarbonise in isolation – we must work across the supply chain to drive up- and downstream climate action. How can we identify, mobilise, and sustain the right investment flows, policies, and industry action in support of this?  


Time (CET)



Registration & Coffee


Welcome Stockholm
Martin Persson, Head of Large Corporates and Institutions

Moderators: Annika Winsth, Chief Economist and Anders Langworth, Group Sustainability


Global Plenary - Live from Helsinki

How to realise one of the biggest opportunities of our time
Moderator: Alasdair Ross, The Economist
Mads Nipper, CEO, Ørsted,
Frank Vang-Jensen, CEO, Nordea
Minna Aila, SVP, Sustainability, Public Affairs, Communications and Brand, Neste


Local Theme Dialogue

Investing in sustainable future
Magnus Billing, CEO Alecta and Susanna Campbell, Investor and board professional


Table discussions & plenary feedback


Networking break


Global Plenary - Live from Helsinki

Inspiration -Taking courageous decisions
Moderator: Alasdair Ross, The Economist
Harald Mix, Founder, Vargas Holding
Lise Kingo, former CEO UN Global Compact and international independent board director
Sir Graeme Lamb, Lt Gen UK land army




Local Theme Presentations

Capture the biggest business opportunity of the 21st century!
Invest and accelerate green-tech

Erik Josefsson
, CEO, R-evolution, part of Hexagon


Table discussions & plenary feedback


Networking break


Local Theme Dialogue

Power the decarbonisation of heavy industry
Annika Ramsköld, Head of Sustainability, Vattenfall
Henrik Henriksson, CEO, H2GreenSteel
Mattias Frumerie, Head of Delegation for Sweden, UNFCCC


Closing remarks and call to action
Martin Persson, Head of Large Corporates and Institutions


Networking mingle

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Local speakers

Magnus Billing

CEO, Alecta

Magnus Billing is the CEO of Alecta, a pension provider with assets under management amounting to approximately USD$100 billion. Prior to joining Alecta, Magnus was CEO of NASDAQ Nordics and Baltic Markets. Within NASDAQ he previously held the position as Chief Legal Counsel and Senior Vice President of NASDAQ Group, Inc., and responsible for legal and market surveillance operations in Europe. Mr. Billing has been working in the financial industry since early 2001. Prior to the merger between NASDAQ and OMX AB (publ), Magnus Billing was the General Counsel of OMX and led the negotiations around the consolidation of the OMX Nordic Exchanges. Magnus Billing is a member of the High Level Expert Group (HLEG) on sustainable finance that the EU Commission appointed and gave the task to come up with recommendations for how to create a sustainable EU financial market. Magnus is also a member of the Board of Directors of Stockholm Environmental Institute and Swedish Council for Financial Reporting, and is chairman of the Board of Directors for Stockholm Sustainable Finance Centre.

Susanna Campbell

Investor and board professional

Susanna Campbell is an angel investor, advisor and board professional with a long background within private equity investments. She has a great passion for companies that drive climate change, amongst other things through her work as advisor and board member of Northvolt and H2 Green Steel. In 2017, Sanna was a co-founder of Norrsken VC which works with impact investments and where she today is a senior advisor. He is also Chair of the board for X Shore and Network of Design (NOD) and board member in the listed companies Kinnevik and Indutrade.

Erik Josefsson

CEO, R-evolution (part of Hexagon)

Erik Josefsson is tasked with leveraging technologies from Hexagon and R-evolution’s partner ecosystem to accelerate the world’s transition to a sustainable economy while delivering shareholder returns. Prior to joining the Hexagon family, Josefsson was Head of Advanced Industries at Ericsson, where he led the delivery of global Industrial IoT and 5G solutions for the manufacturing and process industries. He has a passion for global tech, has worked and studied in Sweden, Malaysia, China, and the USA, and has experience driving many smart initiatives like 5G factories, Connected Cars and Smart Sustainable Cities.

Annika Ramsköld

Vice President, Corporate Sustainability at Vattenfall

Annika Ramsköld is the Vice President Corporate Sustainability at Vattenfall since January 1st 2014. Main task for unit is to drive and coordinate the strategy work related to sustainability within the company on all levels and throughout the value chain. This includes target setting, monitoring progress, consolidated sustainability reporting, running stakeholder dialogues and trainings, setting policies, defining processes etc.

Annika Ramsköld has worked in Vattenfall  for over 30 years with a wide range of assignments from R&D and business development to sales, trading, marketing and strategy. Her more recent positions are as VP Market Strategy and Business Development, VP CEO Office. She is chairman of the Joint Venture “Volvo-Vattenfall Plug-in-hybrid company”, Värtan Gas and Gasnätet Stockholm, and a board member of CSR Sweden and the nomination committee for Global Compact Network Sweden and active in many industry associations and working group.

Henrik Henriksson

CEO, H2 Green Steel 

Henrik Henriksson is since May 2021 CEO of the new company H2 Green Steel, which is investing in a large-scale facility for fossil-free production of steel in northern Sweden. Prior to that Henriksson was President and CEO of Scania, where he led the shift towards more sustainable transport systems. During his 24 years at Scania, he held several positions within the commercial area of the company including Senior Vice President for Scania Trucks and four years as Export Director at Scania South Africa Pty. Ltd. in Johannesburg. Henriksson is a Board Member of AB Electrolux, Hexagon AB, Creades AB, SAAB AB and the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise. Henriksson is also author of the book Sustainability Leadership. Henriksson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration.

Mattias Frumerie

Head of delegation to UNFCCC / Chief Negotiator for COP27, UNFCCC

Mattias Frumerie is Sweden’s Head of Delegation to UNFCCC and leads climate diplomacy efforts across government. Mr Frumerie is a member of the UNFCCC Standing Committee on Finance. Previous roles include Head of EU Single Market, Head of EU Policy and Head of Strategic communications in the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, as well as EU advisor in the Prime Minister’s Office and postings in Budapest and Brussels.

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