Sweden's second national pension fund, AP2, has made two new appointments.
Evert Carlsson has been appointed head of equities, and Martin Jonasson has been appointed head of legal affairs, both at the Gothenburg-based fund.
Carlsson joins SEB-owned BfG Bank in Frankfurt where he was head of trading. His other previous experience includes positions at Swedbank, Fides Asset Management, Carnegie and Skandia.
Jonasson joins from Volvo Financial Services where he was head lawyer. His earlier experiences include positions at Mannheimer Swartling, Volvo Car Corporation and Volvo East Asia.
Commenting on the appointments, AP2 president Lars Idermark, added: During the autumn, we shall be adding a further ten or so personnel before the organisation is up to full strength.
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