SWEDEN - Poul Winslow, chief investment officer at the Second Swedish National Pension Fund (AP2), is to leave his role by April 2008.
AP2 also said it had started the search process for a replacement.
Winslow, who was previously head of equities at AP2, had been appointed to replace Petter Odhnoff, who resigned from the fund after an audit by Swedish tax authorities.
Odhnoff's departure was announced by AP2 at the end of March, after the audit revealed his engagement in a number of transactions connected with an account in a foreign bank, as well as certain shareholdings not previously declared for tax purposes, nor reported in compliance with the fund's guidelines.
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