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A pension CEO steps down, Carnegie snatches analyst from Nordea, Danske Bank Wealth Management loses a head of projects and Formuepleje hires acquisition manager from Nordea. These are just some of this week’s job moves.

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Pension CEO steps down

SH Pension CEO Stefan Eliasson is stepping down after 13 years, and Lena Schelin will become acting CEO. She currently serves as a member of the board. SH Pension informs that it has decided to look for a new CEO due to “facing strategic choices in adapting its business to new regulations.”

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