STOCKHOLM, Nov 23 (Reuters) – Jacob Wallenberg, the
58-year-old head of one of Europe’s most enduring family
dynasties, is trying to work out how the empire controlling much
of Sweden’s economy could look with a woman or someone without
the family name at the helm.
Roughly 30 members of the sixth generation, aged between 15
and 30, are contenders to see if they could one day run
Wallenberg’s Investor holding company and several foundations
with major stakes in Electrolux, Atlas Copco and Ericsson.