Stig Colberg oversees CIRI’s Finance and Accounting Department and the Business Development Department. He is responsible for CIRI’s financial management, its accounting and internal control systems, and the company’s budget and financial reporting matters. He also leads efforts to make new investments, conducts and leads due diligence for new acquisitions and is in charge of the company’s tax planning and compliance programs.
Colberg joined CIRI in 2008 as vice president of business development, moving up to chief business development officer before his current position. Prior to joining CIRI, Colberg was a partner at the Silicon Valley law firm of Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian LLP, where he focused on the organization of investment partnerships and structuring private investments and merger and acquisition transactions. Before practicing law, Colberg worked as a management consultant in San Francisco and Shanghai, advising multinational corporations on their investments, operations and market strategies in the greater China region.
Colberg serves on the boards of Alaska State Chamber of Commerce Inc. and Launch: Alaska and a former advisory committee member for the University of Alaska Anchorage College of Arts and Sciences. He earned a juris doctor with distinction from Stanford Law School and graduated summa cum laude from Dartmouth College with a bachelor’s degree in Asian studies.