| Henrik Ehrnrooth|| Casimir Ehrnrooth|
| Georg Ehrnrooth, Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth, Johanna Ehrnrooth|
Georg Ehrnrooth, Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth, Casimir Ehrnrooth, Pekka Ala‑Pietila
Henrik Ehrnrooth Wikipedia
Henrik Ehrnrooth (born 1954) is Finnish economist, manager and investor. He has studied at the University of Helsinki and the Hanken School of Economics (1981).
Henrik Ehrnrooth owns with his brothers Georg Ehrnrooth and Carl-Gustaf Ehrnrooth Corbis S.A., that is the biggest owner of Pöyry (2012). Henrik Ehrnrooth started as economist at Pöyry in 1979. He was managing director at Pöyry from 1986 and the concern manager from 1995. Henrik Ehrnrooth is member of the company Board of Directors since 1997 and chairman since 2003.
Ehrnrooth family investment fund Structor is the biggest owner of the construction company YIT with share of 12.1% in the end of January 2012. Henrik Ehrnrooth is the chairman of the construction company YIT Board of Directors since 2009. YIT Board of Directors (2012): Henrik Ehrnrooth, Reino Hanhinen, Kim Gran, Eino Halonen, Antti Herlin Kone and Satu Huber (Tapiola Group Pension Fund).
Henrik Ehrnrooth is a member of the family media company Otava (publisher) Board of Directors since 1988. Otava Board of Directors (2012) Olli Reenpää chairman, Henrik Ehrnrooth, Heikki Lehtonen, Jorma Ollila and Eero Broman.
Father Casimir Ehrnrooth (1931) has worked as CEO in Kaukas paper factory (today UPM-Kymmene), and Board od Directors of Union Bank (today Nordea), and as chairman of Nokia (1992–1999).
Brother and sisters are: Johanna Ehrnrooth (1958), Georg Ehrnrooth (1966) and Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth (1969).
Henrik Ehrnrooth owns with his brothers Georg Ehrnrooth and Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth Corbis S.A. Sister Johanna Ehrnrooth is graphic artist. Brother Georg Ehrnrooth is also member of the Pöyry Board of Directors.