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ATP chief executive resigns over the weekend; investment head at Maj Invest quits; Alecta recruits chief legal counsel from Finansinspektionen and Swedish pension and insurance firm Säkra appoints investment duo.

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ATP's CEO hands in notice ahead of board meeting

Christian Hyldahl, the chief executive of Danish compulsory pension fund ATP, informed the fund's supervisory board at the weekend that he is resigning. The board was due to hold a special meeting today to discuss his future after public criticism of activities at his previous place of work, Nordea.

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