Alecta's head of equities joins board of Lundbergföretagen

After quitting from pension company Alecta, the long-time head of equities joins the board of investment company Lundbergföretagen. On behalf of Alecta, he has been a member of the nomination committee for several Lundberg companies but the CEO of Alecta sees no problem: "He personifies integrity," says the CEO.

Bo Selling is leaving Alecta by May 25. | Photo: Evelina Carborn/Alecta/PR

Swedish pension company Alecta's long-time head of equities, Bo Selling, who has been responsible for several companies in the Lundberg sphere on behalf of Alecta, goes directly to the board of Lundbergföretagen after retirement, reports Dagens Industri.

During Bo Selling's time as head of equities, Alecta has been a major owner of several companies in Fredrik Lundberg's sphere of interest. After the Lundberg family, Alecta is the largest owner in investment company Lundbergföretagen and the pension company expanded its holdings as recently as March.

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