Biomega appoints Renate de Cartier as new head of accounting

De Cartier tasked with supporting the business and refining accounting processes.

March 29, 2022

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Biomega appoints Renate de Cartier as new head of accounting

Biomega Group, one of Europe’s foremost bioscience companies, recently welcomed Renate de Cartier to its growing team as the new head of accounting. De Cartier is tasked with supporting the business and refining accounting processes to improve quality and efficiency at all levels of the business.

She brings a wealth of experience to the company, with an MSC in economics and business administration and a master’s in accounting from NHH. Before joining biomega, she worked in a management position at Ernst & Young for more than seven years.

Stig Petersen, chief executive officer of biomega, welcomed the appointment, saying: “Everyone at biomega is delighted to welcome Renate into the company. She brings almost a decade of experience and a positive spirit to our accounting department which will be vital as we continue to grow. We are always looking forward, and we are pleased to see Renate has already left a positive impression on the business. We see her as a key player in the long-term commercial journey of biomega.”

Biomega is one of the largest global biorefining companies, providing innovative premium ingredients to the nutrition and pet food markets. Its market-leading R&D program and commitment to pioneering new, sustainable technology have placed it at the forefront of the global wellness and nutrition boom. De Cartier is looking forward to the challenge of refining the company’s already successful processes even further.

“I am delighted to join the growing biomega team as the new head of accounting,” she said. “Walking into an already successful accounting system and improving it further is a challenge that I relish, and I look forward to making my mark as the company continues to go from strength to strength.”

 

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