Lægernes Pensionskasse, PKA, Millennium Management, Credit Suisse Asset Management, Aon Hewitt, Willis Towers Watson, PwC, River and Mercantile, Ensign Pensions, bfinance, eVestement
Lægernes Pensionskasse — Merete Lykke Rasmussen has been appointed chief actuary and head of the actuarial department at the Danish Doctors’ fund, effective from 1 June. She comes to the pension fund from PKA, where she also held the role of chief actuary. Before that, she worked at Industriens Pension and KPMG, among other employers. Lykke Rasmussen is taking over at Lægernes Pensionskasse from Gyrithe Juel Grindsted, who wanted to take a step back after more than 25 years in the role. Juel Grindsted will continue working at the doctors’ fund as a senior actuary.
Millennium Management – Robert Jain has joined the manager as co-CIO. The move will see Jain leave Credit Suisse after two decades, where he was most recently global head of Credit Suisse Asset Management.
Aon Hewitt – Chris Inman has joined the consultancy’s DC team as principal investment consultant in charge of its DC investment advisory service. Inman, who previously worked at Willis Towers Watson and Russell Investments, will also join Aon’s DC investment committee.
PwC – Andrew Drake and Selina Hall have joined the consultancy as partner and senior manager, respectively. Drake, a former managing director at River and Mercantile, will lead the regional pensions investment consultancy. Hall, meanwhile, re-joins PwC after a short period at Ensign Pensions, and will advise trustees on pension management.
bfinance – Frithjof van Zyp has been named director of the consultancy’s Australian business. Van Zyp joins after a decade at eVestement, for which he established a Hong Kong office and where he was most recently senior vice-president and head of data services.