3. June - 2016
Jørgen (1955) has +25 years of international experience from management positions in leading IT companies such as Microsoft, Intel, and Hewlett-Packard and now operates as a professional board member and investor in a number of small and medium-sized enterprises. Furthermore, Jørgen has acted as adviser to the Danish government in matters relating to technology and growth on a number of occasions.
Together with our other Operating Partners, Jesper Jarlbæk, Stig Løkke Pedersen, and Jacob Thygesen, Jørgen will in, his capacity as Operating Partner, advice CataCap in areas such as new investments and business development across the portfolio as well as participate as an active board member in selected portfolio companies. Since May 2014, Jørgen has served as chairman of the board in CataCap’s portfolio company Lyngsoe Systems.
Jesper Jarlbæk, Chairman of CataCap’s Investment Board, welcomes Jørgen Bardenfleth to the group of Operating Partners, ”Jørgen Bardenfleth’s arrival as Operating Partner widens CataCap’s competencies and network, and I look forward to working with Jørgen in our Investment Board.
Partner in CataCap, Vilhelm Hahn-Petersen adds, ”We are thrilled that Jørgen Bardenfleth’s ties to CataCap are even closer now. Jørgen has an insight and a network in the IT and tech sector that is second to none in Denmark. We are looking at many investment opportunities in IT – just as IT in many forms plays an increasingly big role in the value creation across all of our investments – and here, Jørgen brings with him knowledge and experience of great value to CataCap and our portfolio companies.”
In connection with his arrival as Operating Partner in CataCap, Jørgen Bardenfleth says, ”As chairman of Lyngsoe Systems I have come to know CataCap as a professional organisation with substantial knowledge and operational experience. I am therefore delighted to accept the role as Operating Partner in which capacity I will be assisting CataCap with reviewing investment opportunities in the IT and tech sector.”