Mr Lund is Chair of the Board of BP p.l.c., UK, and serves as
operating advisor to Clayton Dubilier & Rice, US.
Mr Lund is also member of the boards of P/F Tjaldur, Faroe
Islands, Inkerman Holding AS, Norway, and Belron SA, Luxembourg.
Furthermore, Mr Lund is a member of the Board of Trustees of the
International Crisis Group.
Mr Lund served as chief executive of BG Group plc, UK, the global oil
and gas company, from 2015 to 2016 when the company was acquired by
Shell. Prior to that Mr Lund served as president and CEO of Equinor
ASA (formerly known as Statoil ASA), Norway, from 2004 to 2014. From
2002 to 2004 Mr Lund served as president & CEO of Aker Kvaerner
ASA, Norway, an industrial conglomerate with operations in oil and
gas, engineering and construction, pulp and paper, and shipbuilding.
Prior to this Mr Lund has also held executive positions in Aker RGI
ASA, Norway, an industrial holding company, and Hafslund Nycomed,
Norway, an industrial group with business activities in
pharmaceuticals and energy.
From 2014 to 2015 Mr Lund was a member of the Board of Directors of
Novo Nordisk A/S and Mr Lund was elected to the Board of Novo Nordisk
A/S again in March 2017. In March 2018 he was elected as chair of the
Board of Directors and has most recently been re-elected in March
2020. His term as a board member expires in March 2021.
In March 2020 the Board of Directors of Novo Nordisk A/S assessed
that Mr Lund is regarded as an independent board member as defined in
Section 3.2.1 of the Recommendations on Corporate Governance
designated by Nasdaq Copenhagen.
Mr Lund became a member of the Nomination Committee at Novo Nordisk
A/S in March 2017 and Mr Lund became chair of the Nomination Committee
in March 2018.
In January 2020, the Board of Directors assessed that the special
competences possessed by Mr Lund that are important for the
performance of his duties are his extensive executive and board
experience in large multinational companies and significant financial knowledge.
Mr Lund is a Norwegian national, born October 1962.