Myra Kinghorn, chief executive for the Pension Protection Fund, Britain's equivalent of the PBGC, resigned Wednesday. According to PPF spokesman Paul Reynolds, the London-based organization is looking for a replacement. Ms. Kinghorn will continue in her role for the next few months; a departure date has not been set. She was hired in 2004 "to do the operational startup," Mr. Reynolds said, "and she's done that." He added that Ms. Kinghorn had been working part-time before joining the PPF and is looking to spend more time with her family. Her contract was scheduled to end in August 2007.