Qred appoints Caroline Farberger as new board member

Qred, the fastest growing fintech company in Sweden according to the Financial Times, is the leading financing platform for small businesses in six markets in the Nordics and Benelux. In 2023, Caroline was elected as a board member of Qred.

"Caroline's strong competencies within the financial industry, her broad board experience and her strategic and value-creating leadership style make her a very valuable addition to Qred's board. I look forward to our collaboration and am excited to have her on Qred's growth journey." Emil Sunvisson, CEO of Qred, said in the spring of 2023. 

Caroline Farberger has more than 25 years of experience from the financial industry. In addition to this, she has experience as CEO of ICA Forsäkring, as a board member of companies such as Svensk Fastighetsförmedling and as a consultant at McKinsey. 

"I am very impressed with the rapid growth journey that Qred has undertaken using AI in the credit process. The emergence of new specialized companies challenging traditional banks is a clear trend that Qred is uniquely positioned for. I appreciate the trust they have placed in me and look forward to contributing to the continued growth journey," says Caroline Farberger. 

Caroline is also a prominent advocate for diversity and inclusive leadership, qualities that Qred values highly. 

About Qred Bank AB_200D↩

Qred is a bank for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs. Founded in 2015, Qred is the newest bank in Europe to be named one of Europe's fastest growing fintech companies in the Nordics for four consecutive years. With operations in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Brazil, Belgium and Norway, Qred is a market leader in business loans for small and medium-sized businesses and has today issued business loans to thousands of entrepreneurs. With a proprietary automated credit scoring system, Qred offers a fast application process and competitive financing for business owners. Read more at www.qred.dk


Sille Larsen
Marketing Lead Denmark