After the Swiss Mammut Sports Group AG was sold last summer by the Conzzeta Group to the London-based investment company Telemos Capital, the previous CEO Oliver Pabst had stepped down in the fall and handed over the temporary management to Greg Nieuwenhuys, chairman of Mammut’s board of directors. A new CEO has not been found yet, but Mammut announced in January that Wilhelm Matheson will succeed the interim CFO, Martin Dörig, in May 2022. Matheson, a Norwegian married to a Swiss woman, most recently spent more than ten years as CFO at Helly Hansen

After successfully completing the realignment of Mammut’s commercial division over the past two years, Mammut’s management and the previous chief commercial officer, Oliver Arndt, have jointly decided to go their separate ways. Simen Mordre, previously head of the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) market, will assume the position of CCO on an interim basis.

Nieuwenhuys expressed pride in Mammut’s positive development in a statement from the company. Compared to the previous year, Mammut realized a 17 percent increase in sales. In addition, the Swiss mountain sports brand has seen a very strong increase in advance sales around the globe for the year 2022, which Nieuwenhuys sees as proof of the strength of the Mammut brand as well as the appreciation of its high-quality products.