Courant's Magnus Rundgren moving to SRF in 2020
September 02, 2019
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Magnus Rundgren will be resigning as CEO of Am Bloodstock and will take the same position for Lennart Agren’s SRF Stable beginning January 2020.
For the last 11 years Rundgren has been employed by the Courant-Group, owned by Anders Ström, of which Am Bloodstock is a subsidiary.
“I have had many happy and fruitful years with Anders and our partners,” says Rundgren. “The time has now come for doing something new, and as I was offered the position in the SRF Stable, it felt as an appropriate situation to take another step in our business. Lennart is an old friend, since SRF Stable has been a partner for the Courant-Group; being among other things co-owners of the phenomenal Gimpanzee.”
“It has been a stroke of luck for me to have had Magnus as the CEO of AM Bloodstock; however, I fully understand if he wishes to push forward and try something new,” said Ström. “The Courant-Group has for its part been moving to a new position, and we will restructure our organization. New employees will be recruited during this fall. I am of course also very hopeful regarding our continued partnership with Lennart Agren and knowing that Magnus will be conducting Lennart’s business soon makes things even better.” (SRF Stable)