LPPI appoints new chief business development officer

Key Appointments in the Pension and Investment Industry: LPPI, Credit Suisse, Aon, BNP Paribas, Standard Life, M&G Investments, Hymans Robertson, Neuberger Berman, GAM, PLSA, Broadstone, EY

In the world of pensions and investments, there have been several key appointments that have caught the attention of industry insiders. From LPPI to Credit Suisse Pensionskasse, Aon, BNP Paribas Asset Management, Standard Life, M&G Investments, Hymans Robertson, Neuberger Berman, GAM, PLSA, Broadstone, and EY, the industry is abuzz with new leadership and talent.

Let’s start with Local Pensions Partnership Investments (LPPI), where Matthew Graham has been appointed as the chief business development officer. With 25 years of experience in business development and client management, Graham is set to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of LPPI and its growth plan. His deep understanding of the needs of LGPS funds and strong relationships with institutional investors make him a valuable addition to the team.

Moving on to Credit Suisse Pensionskasse, Jürg Roth has taken over as the new CEO, succeeding Martin Wagner. With over 30 years of experience in advising Swiss pension funds, Roth is well-equipped to lead the pension fund for the bank’s employees through its merger with UBS. Wagner, on the other hand, will continue to support the pension fund as a consultant, ensuring a smooth transition post-merger.

At Aon, Tim Banks has joined as a partner in the UK wealth practice, where he will lead sales for the firm’s investment practice across various channels. With a background in institutional sales and a focus on innovative and sustainable solutions, Banks is poised to drive growth and success for Aon in the competitive market.

BNP Paribas Asset Management has appointed Pieter Oyens as chief marketing officer and Guillaume Wehry as co-head of global product strategy. With their combined experience in asset management and product development, they are set to lead the marketing and product strategy teams to better meet clients’ needs globally, regionally, and locally.

Standard Life has made four key appointments within its DB solutions division, reflecting the growing talent within the team and the range of expertise offered to the market. With a focus on DB solutions and bulk purchase annuity transactions, these appointments signal a commitment to providing innovative solutions for clients in the ever-evolving pension landscape.

M&G Investments has named Andrew Chorlton as the chief investment officer of its fixed income division, succeeding Jim Leaviss. With a wealth of experience in managing global fixed income portfolios and developing innovative investment strategies, Chorlton is set to lead the division to new heights.

These are just a few of the notable appointments in the pensions and investments industry. With seasoned professionals taking on key roles in leading firms, the future looks bright for the industry as a whole. Stay tuned for more updates on the latest developments in the world of pensions and investments.

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