Friday people roundup

first_imgAegon AM, Principles for Responsible Investment, Pension Insurance Corporation, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, UKSIF, Advent International, LGIM, Barclays, DeloitteAegon AM – Natalie Beinisch has joined the responsible investment team at Aegon Asset Management as engagement manager. She is to focus on developing and expanding the global engagement programme, engaging with companies in which Aegon invests as well as with the broader base of Aegon’s stakeholders. Previously, Beinisch has led the Academic network at the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) in London. She has also researched transnational risk regulation and lectured at the University of Amsterdam. Pension Insurance Corporation – Roger Marshall has joined the board of Pension Insurance Corporation as a non-executive director and chair of the company’s audit committee. He worked at PriceWaterhouseCoopers for nearly 40 years, where he was most recently lead partner for major FTSE 100 companies, across several sectors. UKSIF – John Jarrett, Melissa McDonald and Alexia Zavos have been appointed directors to the board of the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF). Jarrett is currently deputy head of FTSE Russell ESG, while McDonald is global head of equity product and responsible investment at HSBC Global Asset Management. Zavos is head of responsible investment at Cazenove Capital. The association said the latest appointments brought the number of women on its board to five, alongside three men. Advent International – Jean-François Cirelli has been taken on by Advent International as an independent senior adviser. He is a former vice-chairman and president of GDF Suez, the French multinational electric utility recently renamed Engie. Before that, he was chairman and chief executive at Gaz de France. Legal & General Investment Management – Katharine Photiou has been appointed to the new role of head of workplace DC – product & proposition. She will report to Aaron Meder, head of investments at LGIM. She joins from Barclays, where she was head of workplace savings. Before that, she was at Mercer and Friends Provident.Deloitte – Marian Elliott has been appointed head of trustee advisory services in London. She is a scheme actuary with more than 13 years’ experience.last_img read more