Martin Mosebo Christensen appointed CFO
Copenhagen, 8 September 2021 – Infare, the leading provider of competitor travel data for airlines, announced today that Martin Mosebo Christensen has joined the company’s leadership team as Chief Financial Officer.
Martin is a seasoned finance executive with extensive international management experience within the full scope of the CFO agenda, complemented with a strong acumen for driving business strategy and business improvement across multiple industries and operating models.
He most recently held the title of Finance Director with Discovery Networks Denmark, the third-largest commercial broadcaster in Denmark. Before Discovery Networks, Martin has worked at ISS and through 13 years occupied five different roles in the Maersk Group, amongst others as CFO with Maersk New Zealand and as Global Head of Finance Business Partnering and Reporting at Maersk Drilling, supporting both growth and operating cost improvements.
Infare CEO Nils Gelbjerg-Hansen said:
“Martin’s impressive background in finance makes him a great fit for his new role at Infare. As a member of Infare’s executive team, Martin will build on the finance function to best support the company’s growth and innovation strategy and create value for customers and shareholders. We welcome him to our team and look forward to his contributions in the financial and contractual management of Infare’s rapid global growth.”
“I am excited to join an executive team that has managed to drive continuous growth and tackled the COVID-19 disruptions in a financially impressive manner. I am impressed by the team’s dedication to supporting customers with strong and innovative value creation, having the airline recovery and long-term future success as a core strategic priority of the company. I look forward to helping Infare chart a profitable course through this fast-changing environment.”
Martin’s hire follows Infare’s strong financial performance in the first half of 2021. Infare has enjoyed healthy revenue growth for several years, along with annual increases in profits since its founding.