Mikael Lundin was named CEO of infrastructure investor Polhem Infra, Stockholm, a spokesman said.
Owned by Swedish funds AP1, AP2 and AP3, Polhem Infra invests 9 billion Swedish kronor ($930 million) in unlisted Swedish infrastructure.
Mr. Lundin will replace Johanna Tesdorpf, who is acting CEO, on Oct.1.
"With (Mr. Lundin), we gain a strong and knowledgeable leader with considerable industry experience from both the Nordic and other European countries. We will benefit greatly from his expertise and wide network. I look forward to working with (him) on building the company and making the first investments," Chairman Per-Hakan Westin said in a news release.
Mr. Lundin has been a consultant for the past two years, including a role as interim chief financial officer at postal service PostNord.
AP1, AP3 and AP4 have $117 billion in combined assets.