The Big Interview with Redwheel CEO Stallvik: 'Sustainability to me isn't like a commercial product opportunity'

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The Big Interview with Redwheel CEO Stallvik: 'Sustainability to me isn't like a commercial product opportunity'

Redwheel CEO Tord Stallvik talks to Katrina Lloyd about leadership lessons from Covid-19, the group’s recent rebrand, building a truly sustainable business, and the future for boutiques.

Tord Stallvik describes stepping up to the CEO role last August at RWC Partners, recently rebranded Redwheel, as a "vote of continuity" and a reflection of the board and management feeling the business is on the right track.  He joined the independent fund management group when RWC Partners acquired Everest Capital in 2015, where Stallvik was senior managing director, becoming head of business development and working closely with former CEO Dan Mannix.    Lessons from the pandemic Stallvik took the helm at a time when the industry was still grappling with its response to Covid-19 an...

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