GLOBAL - European Federation for Retirement Provision, Hermes Fund Managers, Aon Limited, State Street Trustees, AEGON, AP Fonds, Her Majesty's Treasury, Investment Solutions, ING Real Estate.

European Federation for Retirement Provision - Loek Sibbing was last week elected onto the Board of Directors, replacing Jaap Maassen, a member of the board for the past nine years. The meeting at which Sibbing was confirmed also saw the re-election of Pierre Bollon, Marcello Messori, Joanne Segars and Klaus Stiefermann as fellow directors.

Hermes Fund Managers - Lode Devlaminck and John Chisholm have joined from Fortis to oversee a new global equities team to look after the BT Pension Scheme. Devlaminck, Chisholm and the team of four will be working from Boston, Massachusetts.

Aon Limited - Simon Allen has been announced as the new chief operating officer, taking the place of departed David Mead. Allen, a former tutor at Harvard University, most recently was COO at Prudential.

State Street Trustees - Linda Morsia is leaving Royal Bank of Scotland to become head of trustee consumer management at State Street.

Aegon - Mark Mullin is to take over as CEO of AEGON Americas, responsible for the United States, Canada, Mexico and Brazil. Mullin will also take the place of Pat Baird on the company's management board following Baird's retirement in the New Year.

AP Fonds - John Howchin will become as the Secretary-General of the Ethical Council for the Swedish AP Fonds in the New Year. He is currently a senior analyst at Norges Bank Investment Management, where he is in charge of environmental research.

UK Treasury - Jonathan Taylor is to become the managing director for financial services in the New Year, taking over from Tom Scholar, now the Treasury's second permanent secretary.

Investment Solutions - David de Bruin has been appointed as the new chief executive of operations in the UK and will be tasked with Bruin working closer with the company's South African operations.

ING Real Estate - Menno Maas, who joined the company back in 2006, is to leave the company by the end of January 2010. A replacement will be announced at a later date.