Friday people roundup
Aon Hewitt, ATP, Kirstein
Aon Hewitt – Werner Hertzog has left his position as managing director at Aon Hewitt Switzerland. No replacement has yet been named. Hertzog took on the role in the summer of 2011 after he resigned as head of the largest Swiss pension fund Publica, where Dieter Stohler took over. Separately, Koray Yesildag has joined the global asset allocation team in Aon Hewitt’s London office. He joins from GAM, where he was an economist and member of the asset allocation team. Before then, he worked at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein.
ATP – Four new members are joining ATP’s supervisory board. Jan Walter Andersen, bank director at Arbejdernes Landsbank, has been appointed to the ATP supervisory board by the Danish Confederation of Trade Unions (LO), replacing economist Ingerlise Buck. Anne Jæger, chief risk and compliance officer at Danish insurance company Codan, has been appointed by the Finance Ministry, replacing Niels Gotfredsen. Finn Larsen, the chairman of the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC), has been appointed by AC and replaces former AC president Erik Jylling. Anne Broeng, whose move to the ATP board has already been reported by IPE, has been appointed by the Confederation of Danish Employers (DA) and is taking a vacant position on the board. The ATP supervisory board consists of six employer representatives, six labour representatives and an independent chairman.
Kirstein – Bodil Nyboe Andersen, former director of the Danish National Bank, has been appointed chairman at the Danish consultancy, effective 1 May. Nyboe Andersen continues the work of former permanent secretary of state for Foreign Affairs, ambassador Eigil Jørgensen, who will remain on the board of directors. She has also served as director at Andelsbanken and executive vice-president at Unibank.