Actiam – Hans van Houwelingen is set to leave the Dutch asset manager as of January next year, according to an announcement this week. The company said that under his leadership, assets under management had grown to €62bn, its responsible investment policy had been further strengthened, and its range of investment funds had been transformed to allow for further national and international growth.Van Houwelingen, who has been CEO of Actiam since December 2016, said his decision to pursue other opportunities came after “months of reflection on my personal ambitions”.De Nationale APF – Subject to approval from the regulator, Roel Knol has been appointed as a new executive board member of De Nationale APF, the general pension fund of Dutch asset manager Nationale Nederlanden Investment Partners and its administrative subsidiary AZL. He is due to start on 1 November and will primarily be responsible for asset management and relationship management.For the past 17 years Knol worked for Robeco, where he was part of the fiduciary team. However, Robeco will stop fiduciary management for pension funds in 2020, as announced in September. Knol succeeds Henk de Bruijne, who left at the end of 2018. DSM Nederland – Margreet Teunissen was appointed chair of the supervisory board of pension fund DSM Nederland in September. She succeeded Wendy de Jong, who resigned in February in connection with her joining the supervisory board of the financial markets authority.Teunissen is chairman of the public libraries pension fund and non-executive chair of De Nationale APF. She is also a member of the supervisory board of IrisZorg, an organisation for addiction care and relief.Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM) – Seema Hingorani has been appointed managing director at MSIM, with responsiblity for leading efforts with respect to diversity, talent development and client relationships. She is due to design a new training and development programme for junior investing talent across the entire investment platform, and will also be a senior relationship manager for many of MSIM’s largest and most important institutional clients.Hingorani is the founder of Girls Who Invest, a non-profit organisation that brings more women into investing and portfolio management roles. Before that she was chief investment officer for the New York City Retirement System. HSBC Global Asset Management – John Ware has been hired as senior product specialist for hedge funds in the asset manager’s alternatives team, responsible for its established hedge fund product offering and expanding the platform to a larger institutional investor base globally. He joined HSBC from BlackRock, where he was a senior product specialist for BlackRock Alternative Advisors, the firm’s hedge fund solutions platform. Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) – Margaret Ammon will be the UK asset manager’s chief risk officer from February 2020, subject to regulatory approvals. She is currently chief risk officer for asset management at M&G. Ammon was chief risk officer for Colonial First State Global Asset Management from 2015 to 2017, and head of risk for the APAC region for Schroders before that. Michelle Scrimgeour, LGIM CEO, said: “Margaret brings more than 20 years’ experience in risk management, having held senior roles at a number of high profile asset management companies. Her proven track record in building global risk oversight models, coupled with a strong understanding of practical application within differing asset classes and markets, will be an invaluable addition to our business.”Schroders – The listed asset manager has hired Michael Leonard from LV= as a solutions manager for its Portfolio Solutions (PS) group. The role is new, and has a specific focus on buy & maintain credit portfolios that meet the matching adjustment requirements of insurers.At LV= Leonard was most recently head of investment, overseeing strategic asset allocation and balance sheet hedging, as well as derivative design and execution. He has also worked at Societe Generale Securities Services, Credit Suisse and Aegon UK.Schroders also said that Vivien Konrad has transferred from Schroders’ Zurich office, where she was a treasury and foreign exchange trader, to join the PS team also as a solutions manager in another newly-created role.Meanwhile, Gidon Aarons has joined the PS team as a defined contribution (DC) and retirement analyst. He joins from consultant Lane Clark & Peacock , where he was most recently associate DC investment consultant.Schroders said the additions to the Portfolio Solutions (PS) group were in response to growing client demand. Eastspring Investments – The $216bn Asian investment management arm of UK insurer Prudential has appointed Dirk Toedte as a director in its European fund distribution team. Based in Luxembourg, he will be responsible for sales and marketing in Germany, Austria, Luxembourg and the Nordic region.He joins Eastspring from Alma Capital Investment Management , where he focused on institutional business development in Germany and Austria. Before that he held sales roles at Allianz Global Investors and Société Générale.Russell Investments – Bettina May has been named head of distribution with responsibility for driving the business strategy in Germany and Austria, focussing on expanding the business’ network and distribution with wholesale clients. She joins Russell Investments from Amundi, where she spent the last 12 years and was most recently senior client relationship manager with responsibilty for the expansion of the ETF, indexing and smart beta businesses. Warrington Borough Council, Altana Wealth, Actiam, De Nationale APF, DSM Nederland, MSIM, HSBC Global Asset Management, LGIM, Schroders, Eastspring Investments, Russell InvestmentsWarrington Borough Council/Altana Wealth – Omar Ghafur, the former head of private equity at LGPS Central , has been hired to manage a social impact fund for local authorities that has been launched by Warrington Borough Council and Altana Wealth. He joined the joint venture earlier this month. LGPS Central has been looking for a replacement for Ghafur, with applications for the position of head of private markets closing on 27 September. The pooling vehicle for nine UK local authority pension funds launched its first pooled private equity vehicle in February.
The Batesville Bulldogs Wrestling results at Franklin County.Saturday (1-17)Boone County 27, Batesville 24106 lb, Laiken Hanna loss by pin to Cody Browning113 lb, Jackson Wooldridge loss by pin to Travis Coovert120 lb. Dallas Lamping won by forfeit126 lb, John Moody loos by 11-9 decision to Chris Vaske132 lb, Chris Schene won by forfeit138 lb, double forfeit145 lb, double forfeit152 lb, double forfeit160 lb, Neal Nobbe won by forfeit170 lb, double forfeit182 lb, Will Amberger won by pin against Melvin Sims195 lb, loss by forfeit220 lb, loss by forfeit285 lb, double forfeitConnersville 45, Batesville 27106 lb, Laiken Hanna loss by pin to Nathan Harris113 lb, Jackson Wooldridge loss by 4-6 decision to Brooke Bunch120 lb, Dallas Lamping won by pin against Collin Bunzendahl126 lb, John Moody won by forfeit132 lb, Chris Schene loss by pin to Brady Gosnall138 lb, loss by forfeit145 lb, loss by forfeit152 lb, loss by forfeit160 lb, Neal Nobbe won by pin against Jacob Doherty170 lb, loss by forfeit182 lb, Will Amberger won by forfeit195 lb, loss by forfeit220 lb double forfeit285 lb, double forfeitLawrenceburg 48, Batesville 33,106 lb, Laiken Hanna won by forfeit113lb, Jackson Wooldridge won by pin against G. Marks120 lb, Dallas Lamping won by forfeit126 lb, John Moody won by forfeit132 lb, Chris Schene won by forfeit138 lb, loss by forfeit145 lb, loss by forfeit152 lb, loss by forfeit160 lb, Neal Nobbe won by 4-0 decision against Charlie Hill170 lb, loss by forfeit182 lb, Will Amberger loss by pin to Mason Parris195 lb, loss by forfeit220 lb, loss by forfeit285 lb, loss by forfeitFranklin County 64, Batesville 18106 lb, Laiken Hanna loss by pin to Dustin Beard113 lb, Jackson Wooldridge loss by 17-7 decision to Mike Weber120 lb, Dallas Lamping won by pin against Nathan Slaggle126 lb, John Moody loss by pin to Johnny Loos132 lb, Chris Schene loss by pin to Gage Pace138 lb loss by forfeit145 lb, loss by forfeit152 lb, loss by forfeit160 lb, Neal Nobbe won by pin against Jake Orschell170 lb, loss by forfeit182 lb, Will Amberger won by pin against Josh Orschell195, lb loss by forfeit220 lb, loss by forfeit285 lb, Loss by forfeitCourtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Deal with Wendy Deal.
Loading… The key meeting, which brings together all of the world’s National Olympic Committees (NOC), was due to take place in the South Korean capital on November 25 and 26. ANOC and the Korean Sport and Olympic Committee (KSOC) said it was in the “best interests” of NOCs and other Olympic stakeholders to postpone. The General Assembly will remain in Seoul, the 1988 Olympic host city, in 2021, with new dates due to be announced after “further review”. Alternative ways for NOCs to express ideas and opinions are being assessed, ANOC said, while reports and updates that would have been heard this year will be provided. “We are of course disappointed that we will not be hosting our General Assembly this year, but we believe that given the current global circumstances, it is the right decision to take,” said ANOC’s Acting President Robin Mitchell. “We would like to thank our partners at the KSOC for all their hard work and for the flexibility they have shown. “We will continue to work closely with the KSOC and look forward to welcoming the world’s NOCs to Seoul in 2021.” The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a state of lockdown in most countries around the world and major restrictions on international travel. “Considering the health and safety of the global sports delegates, we took the joint-decision to postpone the ANOC General Assembly to 2021,” said KSOC President Lee Kee-heung. “It will be a great pleasure to host the ANOC General Assembly in Seoul in 2021. “We believe that the current situation should not stop or hinder the Olympic Movement. “We will do our best to prepare for a safe and successful event for the 206 NOCs to discuss the future of sports.” ANOC General Assemblies are normally preceded by a meeting of the ANOC Executive Council, and meetings of the organisation’s Commissions and Working Groups. Since 2014, the ANOC Awards has also been held in the Assembly’s host city. Key figures, such as International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach, would be expected to address the Assembly, while the organisers of future Games are given the chance to update those present on their progress. read also:Embattled ANOCA boss fights back, says he’s innocent At last year’s ANOC General Assembly in Doha, it was confirmed that Mitchell will remain as Acting President until a Swiss court case against Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah is resolved. Earlier this month, it was announced that the second edition of the ANOC World Beach Games next year has been postponed until 2023 because of coronavirus. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 This year’s Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) General Assembly in Seoul has been moved back to 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Promoted ContentThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchTake A Look At The Celebs Who Lost Their Money And Why10 Stargazing Locations To ‘Connect With Nature’Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made