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PE head David Layton is to replace Christoph Rubeli as co-CEO of the Swiss alternative investment manager.
The Singapore sovereign wealth fund has reshuffled its leadership team yet again, months after creating new senior investment positions in April.
The approval clears the way for an immediate €150m cash injection, enabling the Spanish company to resume ‘a normal pace of operations’ under the direction of its newly appointed board and chairman.
The country's largest pension, which is awaiting a new board, has paused plans to establish a $400m vehicle.
Jorge Camiña, until recently head of project and acquisition finance at Santander, has joined the German asset manager’s infrastructure debt team in New York.
The London-listed infrastructure investment firm has selected former Simon Holden as non-executive director effective next month.
Diloshini Seneviratne is retiring at the end of June to spend more time with her family and focus on volunteer work.
BNDES, headed by Luciano Coutinho since 2007, will now be tied more closely to Brazil’s ministry of planning.
The Canadian pension's president and chief executive will be replaced by Mark Machin, currently senior managing director and head of international at the institution.
Bryan Lewis, currently executive director of the Illinois State Universities Retirement System, will succeed Thomas Brier at PA SERS.

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