Friday people roundup
KPA Pension, Boundary Capital, Banca Finnat, Prévira Invest Sim, STOXX, Towers Watson, Buck Consultants at Xerox, NN Investment Partners, NIBC Bank
KPA Pension/Finansinspektionen – Erik Thedéen, chief executive of Sweden’s KPA Pension, has been appointed director general of the country’s financial regulator Finansinspektionen. He takes over from Martin Noréus, appointed acting director general at the regulator in April. At KPA Pension, Mia Liblikhas been appointed acting managing director in Thedéen’s place. She was most recently managing director of KPA Livförsäkring.
Boundary Capital – Adrian Parton and Grant Hawthorne have been appointed new partners in venture capital firm Boundary Capital. Parton is a biotech entrepreneur whose past businesses include Genera Technologies and food diagnostics firm Matrix MicroScience. Hawthorne was previously manager of business angel network Great Eastern Investment Forum and part of the management team at Azea Networks.
Banca Finnat – Giuseppe Caminiti has started a new job at Banca Finnat in Rome, with responsibility for institutional investor clients. He took up the role on 15 September. Caminiti joins from Prévira Invest Sim, where he worked for nearly 14 years, most recently as head of institutional clients.
STOXX – Eric Zwickel has been appointed director of global asset owners and consultant relations at index provider STOXX in the UK. He started work in the newly created role in October. Zwickel previously worked as a senior investment consultant at Towers Watson.
Buck Consultants at Xerox – Celene Lee has been promoted within Buck Consultants at Xerox to head of the investment consulting business. She will report to David Piltz, head of trustee services, and join the firm’s trustee services board. Lee joined Buck Consultants in August 2014 as a senior investment consultant. She is former chair of the National Association of Pension Funds’ North London Group.
NN Investment Partners – Kees-Jan van de Kamp has been appointed to work as part of NN Investment Partners’ infrastructure and project finance team. He will be responsible for infrastructure debt origination, execution and portfolio management. Van de Kamp comes to NN Investment Partners from NIBC Bank, where he was most recently responsible for infrastructure and renewables debt capital markets.