GLOBAL - BNY Mellon, AMF, Finansinspektionen, Tesco, SWIP, Man Group

BNY Mellon - Paula Kelleher has been appointed head of trustee for Ireland. She joins from Irish law firm Dillon Eustace, where she was a partner for 15 years. Before then, she was managing director and head of Citigroup's trustee operation in Dublin. She replaces Anne King, who is retiring after 14 years with the company.

AMF - Johan Sidenmark has been appointed as the new chief executive, replacing Ingrid Bonde. Sidenmark joins from rival Nordea Life, where he has worked for the past decade. He assumes his new role on 1 August. Prior to joining Nordea in 2002, Sidenmark worked at Mercer and Watson Wyatt, the investment consultants.

Finansinspektionen - Malin Björkmo, head of the fund and insurance unit at the Swedish regulator (Finansinspektionen), is stepping down at the end of this summer to start up her own business. Bertil Sjöö, deputy head of the fund and insurance department, will take on the role as acting head at the regulator.

Tesco - One of the UK's leading supermarket chains, is to launch an in-house asset manager for its £6bn (€7.4bn) pension scheme. Tesco Pension Investment has hired Ian King as head of global equity, joining from Legal & General Investment Management, where he was head of international equity. Steven Daniels, previously group CIO at LV= Asset Management, joined the retailer late last year and has been named CIO of the in-house manager.

SWIP - Kenneth Anderson has been appointed investment director on the global strategy team. He joins from BlackRock, where worked for 11 years, most recently as co-head of EAFE1 equities and investment director. He has also worked at SWIP once before, a 10-year stint from 1989 to 1999.

Man Group - Douglas Greenig has been appointed chief risk officer at Man Group's quantitative managed-futures manager AHL. Greenig has held senior trading and management roles at a number of leading institutions, including RBS Greenwich Capital and Fortress. Matthew Sargaison, currently CRO, will become AHL's CIO.