Carolina Dybeck Happe took over as CFO at General Electric in March 2020. After ten months on the job, she had earned around SEK 240 million, including stock options and bonuses.
Even if the remuneration was not quite as high in 2021, Dybeck Happe is still better paid than almost all CEOs on the Stockholm Stock Exchange, with the exception of Astra Zeneca CEO Pascal Soriot.
In the previous year, she brought in almost 10.5 million dollars, corresponding to approximately 107 million kroner. The reduction is due, among other things, to a one-time bonus that Dyberg Happe received when she signed on for GE. It reports Today’s Industry.
– When I joined GE, my mission was clear. First, I would strengthen GE’s balance sheet above all by reducing debt. The second is about strengthening GE’s operations, which in turn improves the finances, Carolina Dybeck Happe has previously told in an interview with Di Weekend.
Carolina Dybeck Happe was previously CFO of Assa Abloy for 17 years and was also for a short time at AP Møller Maersk. She is the daughter of billionaire and entrepreneur Sten Dybeck.