Mowi's board is heading for a reshuffle, with member and investment executive Nicolas Gheysens announcing his resignation as of June 13, the date of the company's annual general meeting.

At the same time, board terms are ending for Cecilie Fredriksen, the daughter of oil and shipping billionaire John Fredriksen; Solveig Strand, the former state secretary in the Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries; and ex-media executive Bjarne Tellmann.

In place, the nomination committee is proposing that Kathrine Fredriksen be elected to the board for a two-year term, replacing her sister, Cecilie.

Kathrine Fredriksen is a businesswoman, serving as a board member of one of Norway's largest public real estate companies, Norwegian Property, and has previously been on the boards of companies such as Seadrill and Deep Sea Supply.

Former CEO of the Norwegian Seafood Council, Renate Larsen, has been nominated to replace Strand.

Arctic Securities executive Peder Strand is also nominated to take a seat for two years, and would replace Bjarne Tellmann.

It is also proposed that Gheysens will be replaced by Michal Chalaczkiewicz, also for two years. Chalaczkiewicz is a partner at investment firm GBL and was previously a director at private equity firm Montagu.

If the new board members are approved June's annual general meeting, the new board will consist of Ole-Eirik Leroy (chairman), Kristian Melhuus (deputy chariman), Kathrine Fredriksen, Renate Larsen, Peder Strand, Lisbet Naero and Michal Chalaczkiewicz.