Management Team

Rasmus Lund - Senior Vice President, CFO, Head of Finance & Business Support

In 2018, Rasmus Lund took up position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Copenhagen Airports A/S with responsibility for Finance & Business Support. Through several senior positions, Rasmus Lund has many years of experience as business and personnel manager combined with solid finance experience.

Rasmus Lund began his career in 1997 at Arthur Andersen, which later became part of Deloitte (1997 - 2004).

In 2004, Rasmus Lund took the position as Head of Corporate Reporting, Systems and Controlling in ISS and became in 2007 Regional Finance Director (2004 - 2008). In 2008, Rasmus Lund switched to Saxo Bank and moved into the position as CFO. In 2012, he was appointed Group CFO (2008 - 2018).

Rasmus Lund is a certified public accountant in 2004 and Cand. Merc. Aud. from Copenhagen Business School, CBS, in 1998.

Christian Poulsen - Senior Vice President, COO & CIO, Head of Infrastructure, Operation & Services

Christian Poulsen

In 2020, Christian Poulsen entered the position as Vice President, COO & CIO for Infrastructure, Operation & Services at Copenhagen Airports A/S and at the same time was given the responsibility as airport manager. In this position, Christian Poulsen also acts as Accountable manager with authority responsibility to the Danish Transport, Building and Housing Agency.

Christian Poulsen started at Copenhagen Airports in 2008 as Deputy Director, CIO, with responsibility for IT. After three years in this position in 2011, he became Technical Director, CTO & CIO for Assets & Technology, with responsibility for the airport's project department including construction projects as well as all the company's technical facilities, IT Systems, runway installations and buildings. During the period, he was also airport manager for infrastructure and technology as Maintenance Manager.

Christian Poulsen has a wealth of experience in IT and technology to support critical operations. In 1988, Christian Poulsen began his career at Microconsult, where he worked with industrial software and electronics, most recently employed as a department manager. In 1992 he took up position in Carl Bro first as division manager for Carl Bro Informatics A/S, later as IT Director in Carl Bro Gruppen A/S and from 1999 as CEO of Carl Bro IT & Telecommunication A/S. After that, in 2001 he switched to CEO of Netman A/S - a Hewlett-Packard owned software company with global activities. In 2005, Christian Poulsen took on the role of CEO of the mobility specialist and IT company HandStep A/S which he held from 2005 - 2008.

Christian Poulsen graduated as an academy engineer, electronics / IT line in 1988 from the Technical University of Denmark, DTU. In addition, Christian Poulsen has an HD in foreign trade from 1992 from Copenhagen Business School, CBS, and an Executive MBA in 2005, also from CBS.

Kirstine Bergenholtz - Senior Vice President, CHRO, Head of People & Capabilities

Kirstine BergenholtzIn 2017, Kirstine Bergenholtz took up the position as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) at Copenhagen Airports A/S with the professional responsibility for the area People & Capabilities. The area covers HR partnering, recruitment, People service, Compensation & Benefits as well as working environment and from 2020 also CPH Academy.

Kirstine Bergenholtz has a strong background in the Human Resource and People area, which she has achieved through several senior positions. Kirstine has previously held positions as Learning Manager in UNDP, HR manager in Danish Standard and prior to employment in CPH also several different positions in DONG Energy A/S from 2011 – 2017, now called Ørsted. Here, Kirstine Bergenholtz most recently held a position as Senior Director with responsibility for HR, Strategy & Quality, Health, Safety & Environment in one of DONG Energy's business divisions.

Kirstine Bergenholtz has a Cand. Merc. Jur.  from Copenhagen Business School in 1996 and in 2003 she took a Master in Organizational Psychology from the University of London.

Peter Krogsgaard - Senior Vice President, CCO, Head of Commercial & Passenger Journey

Peter KrogsgaardIn 2014, Peter Krogsgaard started in the position of Chief Commercial Officer at Copenhagen Airports A/S with responsibility for all commercial activities. In addition, in 2020 Peter Krogsgaard has become responsible for the passenger experience of the journey and is now Vice President of Commercial & Passenger Journey.

 Peter Krogsgaard has a strong background from both the consumer and business-to-business area, from a number of senior positions in various companies within the IT and telecommunications area, including Teliasonera, HI3G, Nokia, Orange and most recently at Fujitsu Nordic Region, as Managing Director Denmark & Norway and Head of Product Division.

Since 2016, Peter Krogsgaard has been a board member of Skanvin, a Scandinavian wine distributor, and has previously been a board member of NRGi ELSALG from 2016 - 2018, one of the largest energy companies in Denmark at the time.

Peter Krogsgaard has an MBA Executive from AVT Business School in 2009, which he has supplemented with a degree in Leading Digital Business Transformation from IMD Business School from 2015.


Peter Goll - Senior Vice President, Head of Communications & Corporate Responsibilities

Kirstine Bergenholtz

In 2018 Peter Goll started as Communications Director with responsibility for External Relations at Copenhagen Airports A/S. The area covers external relations, communication, corporate responsibility (CR) as well as the regulatory cooperation with authorities and partners. From 2020, PeterGoll has also become responsible for internal communication, which is why the department is now called Communication & Corporate Responsibilities (CCR).

Peter Goll has solid experience in communication and corporate social responsibility. He has worked with communication in several companies and agencies, just as he has also advised top politicians and top managers for leading Danish and international companies.

Before joining Copenhagen Airports, Peter Goll had his own independent business in GOLL IMPACT, where he mainly advised companies on communication and management - and in addition, he helped with organizational development, recruitment and sales development.

Peter Goll has previously been CEO of the communications agency Geelmuyden Kiese from 2003 to 2011, From 2014-2017 he held the position as Senior Vice President of Falck A/S with responsibility for, among other things, citizen-oriented services, customer relations and business projects

Peter Goll has a bachelor's degree in Political Science B.Sc.pol, from the University of Copenhagen, KU.


Lone Edelbo - Senior Vice President, Head of Development & Construction

In 2020, Lone Edelbo started in the position as Vice President for Development & Construction at Copenhagen Airports A/S. The area covers the responsibility for planning, managing and executing projects taking full responsibility for developing, transforming and building the airport of the future.

Lone Edelbo was employed at Copenhagen Airports in 2004 as a project manager where she, in 2007 moved into a position as a department manager for the new department Master Planning, which she built up from the start.

Lone Edelbo has extensive experience in projects and strategic master planning and has from 1995 to 2000 worked with projects in ISC Consulting Engineers. In 2000, Lone Edelbo founded the company Lufthavnskonsulenterne ApS, where she was also a partner, of which she was a part until she started at Copenhagen Airports in 2004.

Lone Edelbo graduated with a Bachelor of Science in 1995 from the Technical University of Denmark, DTU, followed by a Master of Business Administration eMBA from AVT Business School in 2015.


Johnnie Müller - Senior Vice President, Head of Security Services & Crisis Response

In 2020, Johnnie Müller took up the position of Vice President for Security Service & Crisis Response at Copenhagen Airports A/S. Johnnie Müller has a long career at Copenhagen Airports. In 2006, Johnnie Müller started at Copenhagen Airports in 2006 as Head of Security, this has, among other things, resulted in Security winning the Skytrax Award for the World's Best Airport Security three times in 2013, 2014 and 2017.

From 2013 to 2015 Johnnie Müller chaired the ACI Europe Security Committee from 2013-2015 and from 2017-2019 he chaired the ACI World Security Standing Committee. Johnnie Müller has left a big mark on the global development within airport security for the approximately 1,900 airports that are members of ACI globally.

Before joining Copenhagen Airports, Johnnie Müller worked for DHL Express from 1996 to 2006 in several positions within Customer Service, including as Nordic Customer Service Director.

Johnnie Müller has been elected to the Patient Safety Council and is educated at Copenhagen Business School.