Collectum – Anders Moberg is stepping down from his role as chief executive at Collectum, the administrator of the Swedish white-collar occupational pensions system. He is joining AFA Färsäkringar as chief executive, replacing Maj-Charlotte Wallin. Collectum is looking for a replacement.JLT Employee Benefits – Teresa Beach has been appointed COO. She joins from Amey, a UK-based public service and infrastructure management business, which she joined as interim solutions director. Before then, she spent four and a half years at insurer Catlin, first as head of business transformation, and then as group head of business change.Financial Reporting Council (FRC) – Anthony Appleton has been appointed director of Accounting and Reporting. He joins from BDO, where he is a director in the financial reporting advisory team. He has been a member of the FRC’s Accounting Council since May. He will take up his position at the FRC in January. SPP, Kempen, The 300 Club, Philips Pensioenfonds, Collectum, JLT Employee Benefits, Financial Reporting CouncilSPP – The Swedish pension and life insurance arm of Storebrand, the Norwegian provider, has hired Filippa Bergin to head up its sustainability business. Bergin, who is married to Peter Norman, the minister for financial markets in Sweden, has previously worked for non-profit organisations such as the United Nations and Amnesty International, and also has experience in the financial services industry. She joins SPP on 18 November.Kempen – Robert-Jan Tel has started as director of international non-listed real estate at investment bank Kempen, in a new position, shared with Remco Rothkranz. Tel left the €14.5bn Philips Pensioenfonds, where he has been head of non-listed real estate investments, overseeing the construction of a €600m portfolio.The 300 Club – Stefan Dunatov, CIO at Coal Pension Trustees Investment (CPTI), has joined the 300 Club, made up of leading investment professionals from across the globe. Before joining CPTI, Dunatov was a director at Deutsche Asset Management, portfolio strategist at Equitas and economist at HSBC. He has also been an adviser at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.
Sunderland have been left with a “bitter taste” after midfielder Jack Colback fulfilled a boyhood dream by crossing the Tyne-Wear divide to sign for Newcastle on a free transfer. Press Association The 24-year-old had been with the Wearside club since he was eight and despite head coach Gus Poyet’s desire to retain his services, an initial contract offer was dismissed and further talks ultimately came to nothing. And Colback, who was born on Tyneside and supported the Magpies as a boy, on Monday signed a long-term contract with the St James’ Park club – much to the dismay of the Black Cats. A Sunderland statement on Monday evening read: “Jack is a player we have nurtured and developed through our academy system since he was eight years old. We gave him the opportunity to become a professional footballer and are therefore extremely disappointed in the events that have led to his departure from the club. “This wasn’t about money – the club agreed to all of the terms demanded of us during discussions and we were always led to believe that Jack wanted to stay with us. At his and his representatives’ request, final talks were put on hold until the club secured its top-flight status. To our dismay, however, we were subsequently never given the chance to negotiate with him to stay. “For him to then leave the club that has supported him throughout his formative years in such a manner, with no chance for Sunderland to recover any of the significant investment that it has made in him as a player, has left a bitter taste.” Colback, who won a Capital One Cup runners-up medal with the Black Cats in March, was thrilled with developments, however. “I’m absolutely delighted,” said the player, who scored for Sunderland in their second successive 3-0 victory over Newcastle at St James’ Park in February. “To come to the team I supported as a boy, my home-town team, will be really special for me. “It was an opportunity I couldn’t let slip. If you asked fans around the world the one thing they’d like to do before they die, it would be to play for the team they support and I’ve got the chance to do that. “I’ve only got good things to say about Sunderland. They gave me my chance and I want to thank the fans and the club for all their support. “I hope they can understand the chance I’ve had here to move to my boyhood club. Now I can’t wait to pull on the black and white shirt at St James’ Park for the first time.” Colback becomes Newcastle’s second summer signing following the capture of 20-year-old Tenerife striker Ayoze Perez.
The NFL coverage map for Week 16 makes clear what CBS and Fox consider the best games Sunday’s NFL TV schedule has to offer. That’s the case for both viewing windows this week.The vast majority of the country will be presented Ravens at Browns on CBS at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, the network’s game of the week with its No. 1 broadcast crew featuring Tony Romo and Jim Nantz. Likewise, Fox will present most of its viewers Saints at Titans in the early afternoon slot. The network’s game of the week, naturally, is Cowboys at Eagles in the late Sunday afternoon window. Late Fox games MORE: Watch NFL games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)There are no TV market blackouts this week, but Week 16 is unique in that it presents a couple extra national TV games. There are three games scheduled for Saturday — Texans at Buccaneers at 1 p.m. ET, Bills at Patriots at 4:30 p.m. ET and Rams at 49ers at 8:15 p.m. ET — and all will be broadcast nationally on NFL Network.Below are the full NFL coverage maps for Week 16, plus a list of major TV markets and the CBS and Fox games that will be presented in each on Sunday.WEEK 16 NFL PICKS:Against the spread | Straight-up predictionsNFL coverage map Week 16(NFL coverage maps courtesy of 506sports.com)Early Fox games (506sports) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/cf/19/week-16-fox-late-122019_6c88j9e7or8415zg4y4ecf6h5.png?t=622695079&w=500&quality=80 (506sports) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/b5/b1/week-16-fox-early-122019_tl1pk6x04iyo1qluwteqxcfc5.png?t=622662543&w=500&quality=80 Early and late CBS games Ravens at Browns (1 p.m. ET)Steelers at Jets (1 p.m. ET)Bengals at Dolphins (1 p.m. ET)Raiders at Chargers (4:05 p.m. ET)Lions at Broncos (4:05 p.m. ET)Fox coverageSaints at Titans (1 p.m. ET)Giants at Redskins (1 p.m. ET)Panthers at Colts (1 p.m. ET)Jaguars at Falcons (1 p.m. ET)Cowboys at Eagles (4:25 p.m. ET)Cardinals at Seahawks (4:25 p.m. ET)MORE WEEK 16:Playoff picture | Clinching scenariosList of Week 16 NFL games by TV market(TV markets listed in order by size)MarketCBS earlyFox earlyCBS lateFox lateNew YorkSteelers at JetsGiants at Redskins-Cowboys at EaglesLos Angeles-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesChicagoRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesPhiladelphiaSteelers at JetsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesDallas-Ft. WorthRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesSan Francisco/Bay area-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCardinals at SeahawksWashington D.C.Ravens at BrownsGiants at Redskins-Cowboys at EaglesHoustonRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesBostonRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesAtlanta-Jaguars at FalconsRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesPhoenixRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cardinals at SeahawksTampa/St. PetersburgRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesSeattleRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cardinals at SeahawksDetroit-Saints at TitansLions at BroncosCowboys at EaglesMinneapolis-St. PaulRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesMiamiBengals at DolphinsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesDenver-Saints at TitansLions at BroncosCowboys at EaglesOrlandoRavens at BrownsJaguars at Falcons-Cowboys at EaglesClevelandRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesSacramento-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCardinals at SeahawksCharlotte-Panthers at ColtsRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesPortlandRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cardinals at SeahawksSt. LouisRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesPittsburghSteelers at JetsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesIndianapolis-Panthers at ColtsRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesBaltimoreRavens at BrownsGiants at Redskins-Cowboys at EaglesRaleigh-DurhamRavens at BrownsPanthers at Colts-Cowboys at EaglesNashville-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesSan Diego-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesSalt Lake CityRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesSan AntonioRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesKansas CityRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesColumbusRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesMilwaukeeRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesCincinnatiBengals at DolphinsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesLas Vegas-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesJacksonvilleRavens at BrownsJaguars at Falcons-Cowboys at EaglesOklahoma CityRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesNew Orleans-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesMemphisRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesBuffaloRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at Eagles (506sports) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/47/4e/week-16-cbs-122019_11czzylszi8pz15zpwgyyvxby1.png?t=622625591&w=500&quality=80 TV schedule for Saturday NFL gamesGameTimeTVTexans at Buccaneers1 p.m. ETNFL Network, fuboTVBills at Patriots4:30 p.m. ETNFL Network, fuboTVRams at 49ers8:15 p.m. ETNFL Network, fuboTVTV schedule for Sunday NFL Week 16 gamesCBS coverage