Göran J. Ehrnrooth

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Clas Göran Jakob Ehrnrooth (born 12 January 1934 in Helsinki), titled Vuorineuvos [sv: Bergsråd] was Fiskars Oy CEO in 1969–1983. The Member of Boards in Virala Oy 1977- and Wärtsilä 1992.[1]


Fiskars is founded in 1649 and is the oldest company in Finland. Company includes Fiskars (scissors, gardening tools), Iittala (glassware), Gerber (knives), and share in Wärtsilä Oyj Abp in 2011 with 15.1% of Wärtsilä’s shares and votesand Arabia, BodaNova (Sweden), Fiskarsin Ruukki, Hackman, Höganäs Keramik, Buster (boats),[2] Høyang-Polaris (Norway) and Rörstrand.[3][4]

Alexander Ehrnrooth, Paul Ehrnrooth and Louise Fromond were members of the Fiskars Board of Directors in 2011.


His parents were Göran Ehrnrooth (1905–1996), a bank manager and Louise von Julin, daughter of Jacob von Julin (1906–1987), the CEO of Kaukas paper factory.[5] His siblings are Casimir Ehrnrooth (born 1931), Robert Ehrnrooth (1939) and Elsa Margaretha Louise (Fromond) (born 1942).[5]

He has two children, Alexander (born 1974), and Albert (born 1976).[1]


  1. ^ a b Kuka kukin on (Who is who in Finland) Otava 2009 p. 130
  2. ^ Buster boat
  3. ^ Annual report 2011
  4. ^ Company info 2012
  5. ^ a b Ehrnrooth, Göran (1905–1996) National Bibliograsphy Finnish Literature Society