Nokia to discontinue Chief Operating Officer role; current COO Joerg Erlemeier to leave company

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Nokia announced today that it would discontinue the Chief Operating Officer (COO) role and distribute its various functions to other Nokia leaders. As a result, the current COO, Joerg Erlemeier, has decided to step down from the company’s Group Leadership Team and leave the company as of January 1, 2020.

Nokia to discontinue Chief Operating Officer role; current COO Joerg Erlemeier to leave company - Brand Spur

“Joerg has been a long-time, trusted colleague,” said Nokia President and Chief Executive Officer Rajeev Suri. “He leaves the company with my thanks and deep appreciation for his many important contributions.”

“After 25 years at Nokia, I am ready to take on new challenges,” said Erlemeier. “While the company is in the midst of a transition, I leave firm in my belief that the right plan is in place to improve future performance. I wish the company and all my colleagues the very best.”

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