CEO will lay the groundwork for new mandate before spring departure

After 22 years, it’s time for AP7 CEO Richard Gröttheim to do something else. However, he will put the basic structure for the new investment mandate in place before he leaves, he tells AMWatch, while also disclosing what his future will look like.

AP7 CEO Richard Gröttheim | Photo: PR / AP7

A very long tenure will come to an end in the spring of 2023. Richard Gröttheim has announced that he plans to leave Sweden’s premium pension system default fund AP7 after 22 years at the organization, with 12 of those as the CEO.

“I’m 63 years old and think that it’s time to act now if I’m going to have the time to do other things I find interesting after my operational career,” he tells AMWatch in a follow up interview to yesterday’s news.

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