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.
SOME changes have been made to the Rising Sun Turf Club’s (RSTC) seven-race `Photo Finish’ seven-race card that is billed for Sunday at the club’s facility, Arima Park, West Coast Berbice.According to information received, because of the response from racehorse owners and sponsors, the organisers – Jumbo Auto Sales and Stables, in conjunction with the RSTC, decided to increase the prize moneys for some of the races.The feature event remains the 1400m race horses classified D3 and Lower with $1M up for the winner.Among the top Guyana and West Indian-bred horses that have already been registered for this event are Golden Blue Echo, Lady Budapest, Just Call Me Boss and Spite Fire.An 1100m race is also on the cards and this will be for horses classified H3 and Lower and four-year-old non-earners for 2017 and carries a first-place prize of $350 000.The other five races on the day’s card are all over 1400 metres and they are all open to horses classified G1 and Lower and E3 non-winners over the past six months; a race for three-year-old Guyana-bred horses; a J2 and Lower race; a race for `I’ maiden horses and a race for Cow horses.The winner of the E3 and Lower non-earners will receive $400 000, while the winner of the three-year-old Guyana bred horses will earn $250 000.The winner of the J2 and Lower event will take home $175 000, while the winner of the Cow horses event will earn $100 000.Among the other 46 horses already registered for the day’s activity are: Brave Sky, Jack in My Style, Release the Beast, Goodwill Boy, Red and Lovely, Honey Flow, Climate Change, Big Man Boss, Puppy Tail, Mischevious Marker and Firing Line.The top jockey, trainer and stable will be rewarded.