Wednesday people roundup
Pension Protection Fund – Hans den Boer has joined the UK lifeboat fund as chief risk officer. He replaces Martin Clarke, who last year was named government actuary, and in his new role will also be part of the executive committee. Den Boer previously worked at Royal Bank of Scotland and ABN Amro in a number of risk management roles.
Unigestion – Ken Harvie has been named head of client relations, reporting to managing director Tom Leavitt. Harvie previously worked at Ignis Asset Management but has also worked for Strathclyde Pension Fund and Aon.
Advent Capital Management – Matthew Dundon has joined the company as portfolio manager, growing the firm’s alternatives presence. Dundon previously worked at Pine River Capital.
Arthur Cox – Adrian Mulryan has joined the law firm within its London-based asset management group. He previously worked for ETF provider Source as general counsel, and has been named partner at Arthur Cox.
AXA Investment Managers – Henrik af Donner, David Andersson and Viktoria Orhamn have all joined Axa from UBS Global Asset Management, where they spent five years as a team. Donner and Andersson have been named co-head of the Nordics in charge of client relations, while Orham has been named client service manager.
Capital Group – Miguel Salinero Barbolla has joined as client service associate, based in London. Salinero previously worked at BNY Mellon Investment Management, where he was most recently head of international client services.
Kames Capital – Matt Harding joins the firm as investment analyst focusing on North American equities. Harding was previously part of Zolfo Cooper’s restructuring team, and has worked at the corporate recovery teams at Deloitte and Royal Bank of Scotland.
Nikko Asset Management – Cameron Kuwahara has been named head of solutions marketing. Kuwahara, who will work from the firm’s Edinburgh, London and New York offices, was previously senior sales director at Citigroup Global Markets in Singapore and has worked at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Securities and Deutsche Securities in Tokyo.
Sycomore Asset Management – Benjamin Tolub joins the company as senior analyst. He joins from Millenium Partners, where he worked for four years, and spent time at both Ohana & Co and Rothshild as an M&A specialist.