Norway Global Fund overseer resigns

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NORWAY - The Ministry of Finance has confirmed that Martin Skancke has resigned his position as head of the department overseeing the Government Pension Fund Global.

The sovereign wealth fund has an estimated $600bn in assets, managed by Norges Bank Investment Management. NBIM is answerable to the Norwegian Parliament through the country's Ministry of Financ...

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