AP7 restructures investment team and names three division heads

The investment team at Sweden's largest national pension fund, AP7, has been split into three business units led by newly appointed managers.

Chief investment officer Ingrid Albinsson har restructed the investment team of AP7. | Photo: Peter Knutson/AP7

In a bid to strengthen capabilities at its investment department, Sweden's largest national pension fund, AP7, has split its investment team into three new business units, reports investors' newssite

Until now, the investment department has been run as a single unit. But from this month onwards, it will be divided into risk management and asset allocation, alternative investments, and fixed income, foreign exchange and alpha.

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