| Carl Ehrnrooth|| Casimir Ehrnrooth|
| Henrik Ehrnrooth, Georg Ehrnrooth, Johanna Ehrnrooth|
Georg Ehrnrooth, Casimir Ehrnrooth, Henrik Ehrnrooth
Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth Wikipedia
Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth (born 1969 in Helsinki) has been a member of the Guggenheim Foundation's Board of Directors since September 2008. The Guggenheim Foundation was targeting a museum in the city of Helsinki with public funds of €140 million or €300 million.
His father is Casimir Ehrnrooth. His siblings are Henrik, Johanna and Georg.
Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth's family is the biggest owner of the construction company YIT, Structor S.A. 12.1% at the end of January 2012. Carl Gustav’s brother Henrik Ehrnrooth is the chairman of the YIT Board of Directors since 2009.
Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth has ownership in Corbis Investments that includes stocks of Pöyry, Corbis is the major shareholder 30.96% in the end of March, 2012. Structor S.A. and Corbis are both registered in Luxembourg.
Fennogens Investments S.A. is an Investment company in Luxembourg wholly owned by brothers Carl-Gustaf Ehrnrooth, Henrik Ehrnrooth and Georg Ehrnrooth. Fennogens Investments was the major shareholder with 10.98% of EQ Bank at the end of March 2012. eQ Corporation, was acquired by Straumur Investment Bank in Iceland in 2007 for approx €260 million and bought back in May 2009 for circa 37 million at the time.
Carl Gustav Ehrnrooth had earlier invited Guggenheim project initiator Janne Gallen-Kallela -Siren as a member of the board in a company he was a major owner in.