AP7 CEO to step down next year

After 22 years at the premium pension system default fund and 12 years as CEO, Richard Gröttheim wants to pursue other activities.

Richard Gröttheim is stepping down as AP7's CEO after 22 years at the fund. He has been the CEO since 2010. | Photo: AP7

Richard Gröttheim will leave his position as CEO of Sjunde AP-fonde, the Swedish premium pension system’s default fund known as AP7, next year. A statement reveals that the fund’s board is starting the process of finding a replacement.

Gröttheim became CEO in 2010, the year that AP7 started operations.

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