Wednesday people roundup

first_imgLänsförsäkringar, Trygg-Hansa, Assenagon, Quoniam Asset Management, S&P Dow Jones Indices, StoxxLänsförsäkringar – Johan Agerman has been chosen to succeed Sten Dunér, Länsförsäkringar’s chief executive, who is retiring in the course of this year, as already announced. Agerman is currently chief executive at non-life insurer Trygg-Hansa and is a member of the senior management of its parent, non-life insurance company RSA. He will take up his position at Länsförsäkringar next year. Agerman has had a number of roles within the RSA group over the last 14 years, including CIO, head of the private business division and senior positions in IT, telecom and media.Assenagon – Thomas Kramer has been hired to provide sales and institutional-client support for the Benelux and Nordic countries and Switzerland. He joins from Quoniam Asset Management, where he was responsible for institutional business development for German corporates and in other European countries. Before then, he worked within institutional sales at ratings agency S&P.S&P Dow Jones Indices – Eric Zwickel has joined the index provider as director of EMEA asset owners and consultants. Based in the London office, he joins S&P after nine months at Stoxx, where he was director and global head of asset owner and consultant relations. Prior to this, he spent four years as senior investment consultant at Towers Watson, and spent more than a decade working for KBL and its subsidiaries.last_img read more