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Unimed appoints Simon Stadil as CFO

Simon Stadil will support Unimed's strategic decision-making and advance its value-creation goals as it continues to grow globally
 Simon Stadil assumed the role of CFO at Universal Marine Medical Supply International yesterday.

He brings over 15 years of extensive experience in commercial finance, finance operations, product distribution economics, and IT and digital transformation to the role. 

Stadil also possesses significant knowledge of the maritime and shipping industries. 

‘I’m thrilled to welcome Simon to the Unimed management team. He is an ambitious and driven leader with diverse finance experience,’ said Søren Andersen, CEO of Unimed. ‘His demonstrated success at multiple international companies will support our strategic decision-making and advance our value-creation goals as we continue to grow and scale globally.’ 


As CFO, Stadil will support Unimed’s growth as a close business partner to Andersen and the company’s board, focusing on driving value creation across all divisions of the business and executing financial strategies to facilitate decision-making processes.   

Simon has demonstrated his ability to profitably grow technology-enabled supply management and distribution service companies globally, and his appointment brings valuable experience to the Unimed team,’  stated James Zenni, founder, president and CEO of ZCG, the privately held merchant bank that backs Unimed. ‘With his valuable experience, Unimed can continue to grow internationally, leveraging its innovative and client-focused technologies to achieve continued success.’ 


Prior to joining Unimed, Stadil served as CFO of LiqTech International, Inc., a Nasdaq-listed global supplier of advanced silicon carbide filtration solutions supporting the maritime and offshore industries, where he oversaw the company’s finance, legal, administrative and IT departments. 

Before that, he spent eight years at Welltec, most recently serving as VP of global finance where he led the company’s global finance function across more than 25 countries. 

Earlier in his career, Stadil was an investment banker at Barclays in London and in the treasury function at DONG Energy.  

Unimed has an enormous opportunity to continue transforming how the maritime industry protects health at sea,’ said the new CFO. ‘With its reputation for product quality and digital innovation, I look forward to working with Søren, the board, and our partners at ZCG to strengthen Unimed’s leadership as a trusted maritime supplier of pharmaceutical and medical solutions.’