NORWAY - Norges Bank Investment Management, which runs the NOK1.5trn (€182bn) Norwegian Pension Fund - Global, is looking for a chief financial officer, a new role.
NBIM is also looking for a new chief strategist and chief risk officer, according to a recruitment ad in Dagens Naeringsliv.
"In order to adapt the organisati0on to growing funds and further strategic developments, NBIM is looking to fill three new senior management positions," the ad states.
The new Oslo-based CFO role reports to the chief executive, tasked with ensuring the integration of financial and administrative functions and analysing and reporting financial results.
The chief strategist will be based primarily in Oslo, but par-placement in London can be discussed. The role manages a newly-established investment department of NBIM.
"This position is a unique opportunity to participate in the development of the investment strategy of one of the world's largest asset pools, the ad says.
Meanwhile, the Oslo-based chief risk officer position will manage a new department for overall risk control and compliance and have a dotted reporting line to the board.
Last week, NBIM chief Knut Kjaer said in an address that many hedge funds are overpriced beta suppliers.