Cardono Risk Management, NAPF, ALFI, Vontobel Asset Management, Zurich UK Life

CardanoBart Oldenkamp has stepped down as chief executive after seven years in the role. He will be replaced by ING Bank director of market risk Harold Naus. Oldenkamp is stepping down at the end of September and has said he will take some time before deciding on his next move. Naus leaves ING after 17 years in various risk-management roles.

UK National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF)John Dembitz has been appointed as a non-executive director to the board for the UK industry organisation. Dembitz adds to his portfolio of seven corporate board representations, of which he chairs three. He joins the board as a member from outside the pensions industry, which the NAPF said would complement other board members elected via the membership. He joins a board of 12.

ALFIMarc-André Bechet has joined the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry as its new director of legal and tax. He starts at the association next week. Bechet was previously head of investment fund services at Banque Degroof Luxembourg, where he managed fund administration and custody. Before this, he spent 18 years at RBC Dexia.

Vontobel Asset ManagementMondher Bettaieb has been appointed as the Swiss asset manager’s new head of corporate bonds. Bettaieb joined the manager in 2010 and was responsible for its corporate bond mid-yield fund. Previous experience has seen him manage money at AXA Investment Management and Winterthur Asset Management, in addition to working in credit research.

Zurich UK LifeAileen Mathieson has been appointed as linked funds CIO. This is one of two CIO roles in the UK office, with the balance sheet CIO position held by Stuart Tyler. She joins from Nucleus Financial Group, where she was CFO for the last four years. She will move over to the Swiss insurer in November.