Castellum recruits HR Director from Volvo Cars

Helena Dino will take up her position as the new Human Resources Director at Castellum on May 1. Helena has extensive experience from various management positions at Volvo Cars and the Volvo Ocean Race.

Helena Dino comes to Castellum from her role as Senior Director, People Experience (HR) at Volvo Cars. Throughout her career, Helena has been substantially engaged in various company culture and relationship issues where change management and diversity projects have been prime focus areas. 

"I look forward to becoming part of Castellum and the company's ambitious plans for the future. With my experience in leadership development and employeeship, I hope to help strengthen Castellum's powers of attraction as an employer in these days of very fierce competition for talent," says Helena Dino.

As HR Director for Castellum, Helena Dino will assume overall responsibility for corporate Human Resources. She will participate in the Executive Management Group and report to CEO Henrik Saxborn.

"We welcome Helena, whose broad experience will promote continued development of our culture and leadership philosophy, to invest in the best resource we have: our coworkers," says Henrik Saxborn, CEO at Castellum.

Castellum has approx. 400 employees working in 17 Swedish cities, as well as in Copenhagen and Helsinki. For years, Castellum has worked in a dedicated fashion with gender equality and diversity for all leadership positions as well as for all professional categories. Castellum was recently distinguished as the most gender-diverse of the 600 largest listed companies in Europe, by the European Women on Boards association.

Castellum strives to have 20% of coworkers with multicultural backgrounds, not only because diversity fosters more dynamic corporate performance and balance-sheet results, but also to represent the demographics of the general population as well as Castellum's customers. The goal of 20 percent is a challenging one, as only 4 percent of Castellum's current coworkers come from a multicultural background.

"We work hard with our gender-equality and diversity objectives, because we know that the resulting dynamic improves all of us and ultimately leads to better profitability," says Henrik Saxborn.


For additional information, please contact:
Henrik Saxborn, CEO, Castellum AB, phone +46-31 60 74 50


Castellum is one of the largest listed real estate companies in Sweden. Property values total SEK 95.2 billion and holdings mainly comprise office, warehousing/logistics and public-sector properties, covering a leasable area of 4.3 million square metres. Castellum operates through a decentralized organization with a strong and clear local presence in 17 Swedish cities, as well as Copenhagen and Helsinki. Castellum is the only company from the Nordic real-estate and construction sector elected to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), joining a select group of companies who achieve world's-best ranking on sustainability issues. In 2019, Castellum received several awards for sustainability efforts, including Global Sector Leader from GRESB. This means that Castellum ranks first in the world for the offices-and-logistics sector. In addition, Castellum was awarded Gold-level placement for sustainability reporting by the EPRA (European Public Real Estate Association). The Castellum share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm Large Cap. For further information, visit