Former Swedish finance minister steps down from chairmanships

Former Swedish finance minister Pär Nuder has decided to step down as chairman of the board of pension provider AMF and real estate developer Fabege. Last week he resigned as chairman of skiresort company Skistar after allegations of inappropriate behavior.

Pär Nuder, former Swedish finance minister. | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

Former finance minister of Sweden Pär Nuder has stepped down as chairman of pension provider AMF Pension Forsäkring and real estate developer Fabege, according to Swedish business news site Dagens Industri.

In addition, he is set to leave as chairman of the state pension fund AP3 as he has served eight years, which is the maximum term of office, according to AP3's site.

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