Julius Baer appoints new CFO
**Julius Baer appoints Aeberli as chief financial officer**
SWITZERLAND - Julius Baer has appointed Rolf W. Aeberli as chief financial officer (CFO) to the group’s executive board, with effect from March next year.
The appointment forms part of the company’s cost structure improvement strategy and reflects its confidence despite recent market difficulties. Aeberli joins from Credit Suisse Banking, where he was also CFO.
In addition, Jan A. Bielinski and Franco Tais, respectively chief communications and legal officers, have been appointed to the group executive board with effect from January 01.
**Gartmore adds Tennant to UK institutional team**
UK – Gartmore has appointed Jim Tennant as senior account director to its UK institutional team.
Tennant has spent some 23 years in the investment management industry, most recently at Schroders where he was a director and UK equity fund manager.
**F& C appoints head of global credit in Amsterdam**
NETHERLANDS – F&C Management has appointed Patrick Hendrikx as head of global credit to its Amsterdam office.
Hendrikx, who will report to Helen Williamson, head of fixed income, joins from ING Asset Management, where he was active in all aspects of global credit since 1994.
**AXA expands UK fixed income team**
UK - AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) has appointed Neil Sutherland as a fund manager to its London based UK fixed-income team.
Sutherland, who will be responsible for managing investment-grade sterling corporate bond funds, joins from Newton Investment Group where he spent four years as part of the global fixed income team.
**Cadbury to join DTZ Corporate Finance as non-executive chairman**
UK - Peter Cadbury has joined DTZ Corporate Finance as non-executive chairman, where he will focus on strategy and business development.
Cadbury, a lawyer by profession, has held a number of senior executive positions including deputy chairman of Morgan Grenfell and chairman of Close Brothers Corporate Finance . In addition, he has his own corporate advisory firm, Peter Cadbury & Co.
**Pitmans takes on senior pensions solicitor**
UK - Pitmans has appointed David Hosford as senior associate solicitor to its pensions department.
Hosford joins from solicitors firm, Burges Salmon, where since 1994 he has advised trustees and employers on all aspects of occupational and personal pension schemes. He is also an associate of the Pensions Management Institution.
**CDC Capital Partners appoint new non-executive director**
UK - CDC Capital Partners, a leading risk capital investor in emerging markets, has appointed Tim Parker to its board as a non-executive director.
Parker, who replaces the retiring Pen Kent, is currently chief executive of Clarks, the major UK based shoe company. He started his career, however, as an economist at the Treasury,