(Bloomberg) -- Canada Pension Plan Investment Board named Benita Warmbold chief financial officer as part of a management shuffle at the country’s largest retirement-fund manager.

Warmbold, the chief operations officer, is swapping roles with CFO Nick Zelenczuk as part of a realignment, Toronto-based Canada Pension said today in a statement. Zelenczuk becomes responsible for operations, technology and planning as COO. The changes are effective Dec. 1, Linda Sims, a spokeswoman, said in a telephone interview.

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