AP2 CIO to leave in February

Hans Fahlin is stepping down for personal reasons after 11 years at the Swedish buffer fund, which had a record H1 this year but has been lagging behind its AP-fund compatriots over the last few years.

Hans Fahlin is leaving AP2 | Photo: PR / AP2

Chief Investment Officer at AP2 Hans Fahlin is set to leave the national pension fund in February after 11 years at the organization.

Swedish newsletter Pensionsnyheterna was first to break the news today, and Fahlin has confirmed his departure to AMWatch.

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