Pekka Lundmark was born into the world in 9th December 1963 in Espoo, Finland. He moved on from the Helsinki University of Technology with a Master of Science certification in applied physical science in 1988. He is a Finnish business leader and current President and CEO of Nokia. Beforehand, he had filled in as CEO of Fortum, a Finnish state-claimed energy organization, from 2015 to July 2020. Lundmark is hitched, and he has three kids.
Lundmark started his vocation with Nokia in 1990, where he stood firm on different chief situations. He left Nokia in 2000, and joined Startupfactory Oy as an overseeing accomplice from 2000 to 2002, trailed by a stretch as President and CEO of Hackman, a Finnish cutlery and cookware organization, from 2002 to 2004. Lundmark then, at that point joined Konecranes, a Finnish organization work in lifting gear, as the Group Executive Vice President in 2004, and turned into the President and CEO of the organization in 2005, serving until 2015, when he joined Fortum as the President and CEO. On 2 March 2020, Nokia's Board of Directors declared that Lundmark would be the new President and Chief Executive Officer of Nokia. Lundmark was required to leave Fortum on August 31, 2020, and join Nokia on 1 September 2020. He succeeded Rajeev Suri, who had filled in as President and CEO of Nokia since 2014. Suri will stay as a counselor on the board for the principal year subsequent to venturing down. Nokia applauded Lundmark's record at Fortum, saying that he had "reliably conveyed powerful all out investor returns, effectively recharged the organization's methodology, and situated it's anything but a solid part in the changing worldwide energy area." In June, it was reported that Lundmark would join Nokia on 1 August 2020, one month sooner than arranged. The declaration came after Fortum said its Chief Financial Officer, Markus Rauramo, would be taking over as Fortum's CEO from 1 July.