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first_imgDanske Bank/Danica Pension, The Investment Association, RPMI Railpen Investments, Mercer, Buck Consultants, New City Initiative, Candriam Investors Group, Itaú UK Asset Management, Legal & General Pension Risk Transfer, Aon Hewitt, Macquarie Investment Management, HSBC Global Asset Management, Schroders, Rogge Global PartnersDanske Bank/Danica Pension – Tonny Thierry Andersen has been named director in charge of the newly formed Wealth Management division at Danske Bank. The bank decided in November to group its pension savings business and asset management operations into the single business unit, which officially began to exist at the beginning of this month. Danica Pension, Danske Capital and part of Danske Bank’s private banking activities are being included within Wealth Management, which will have more than DKK900bn (€121bn) in assets under management. Andersen took temporary charge of the new unit from November in addition to his responsibilities as head of the private banking division. He was head of personal banking since 2012 and will continue in this role alongside his new permanent job until a replacement has been found. Andersen has worked at Danske Bank since 1999 in different leadership roles, including CFO, and will remain as a member of the group board of directors, which he has been since 2006.The Investment Association (IA) – Chris Cummings has been appointed chief executive. He succeeds Daniel Godfrey, who left the IA in October 2015. Guy Sears has served for the past five months as interim chief executive during the search process. After spending seven years as director general at the AIFA, the trade body for financial advisers, Cummings launched TheCityUK in June 2010. He is expected to join by the end of the third quarter of 2016.RPMI Railpen Investments – Frank Curtiss, head of corporate governance, is to retire. He has had a number of roles over the years at Railpen, including working on private equity and later taking on responsibility for custody of assets, risk management and internal audit. His activities will be taken over by Deborah Gilshan, head of sustainable ownership, and her team. Mercer – Robert Evans has been appointed as a principal on the Innovation, Policy and Research team in Mercer’s Retirement business. He joins from Buck Consultants, where he was part of the senior team. Before then, he worked at Towers Perrin in the UK.New City Initiative – The association of 50 independent asset management companies from the UK and the Continent has appointed Jamie Carter as deputy chairman. Carter is also chief executive and one of the founding partners of boutique Oldfield Partners.Candriam Investors Group – Andreas Wenk has been appointed head of global financial institutions. He joins from Itaú UK Asset Management, where he was head of wholesale and institutional for Europe. He will be based in Candriam’s subsidiary in Germany.Legal & General – L&G’s Pension Risk Transfer business has appointed Matt Wilmington has director of strategic transactions. He joins from Aon Hewitt, where he was responsible for pension risk-management work across markets outside the UK, among other things.Macquarie Investment Management – David Derger has been appointed head of Nordic sales. He joins from HSBC Global Asset Management, where he spent five years as a sales manager for the Nordic region. He has also worked as an investment consultant at Wassum.Schroders – James Lindsay-Fynn has been appointed as a portfolio manager, focusing on rates and currencies, with the Fixed Income Global Multi-Sector team. He joins from Rogge Global Partners, where he was a partner and a global macro portfolio manager specialising in interest rates and currencies for global portfolios.last_img read more

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U.S. Open 2019: Odds for Tiger Woods, favorites to win at Pebble Beach

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first_imgIn addition to taking the last two editions of the national championship at Shinnecock and Erin Hills, Koepka also has prevailed at the last two PGA Championships, winning last year at Bellerive and last month at Bethpage Black.  Who wants to bet against Brooks Koepka these days? The oddsmakers certainly don’t, with the two-time defending champion installed as the betting favorite ahead of this week’s U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.  U.S. Open 2019: Jack Nicklaus tabs Tiger Woods as his favorite to win at Pebble Beach U.S. Open 2019: 5 holes where Pebble Beach will be won … or lost U.S. Open 2019: Brooks Koepka feels ‘no pressure’ as he chases major three-peat There’s no denying the 29-year-old’s form, but he isn’t a runaway favorite heading into the third major championship of the year. Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods are just behind him, leading a 156-player field set to tee off Thursday.  Related News Here are the updated odds to win the U.S. Open, via VegasInsider.com. Odds updated June 10 at 3:30 p.m. ET.Updated 2019 U.S. Open oddsPlayerOddsBrooks Koepka15/2Dustin Johnson8/1Rory McIlroy8/1Tiger Woods9/1Jordan Spieth16/1Patrick Cantlay16/1Justin Rose22/1Jon Rahm25/1Rickie Fowler25/1Xander Schauffele25/1Francesco Molinari28/1Jason Day28/1Justin Thomas28/1Adam Scott33/1Hideki Matsuyama33/1Tommy Fleetwood35/1Tony Finau35/1Bryson DeChambeau45/1Matt Kuchar45/1Brandt Snedeker50/1Paul Casey50/1Phil Mickelson50/1Shane Lowry50/1Henrik Stenson55/1Gary Woodland66/1Marc Leishman66/1Webb Simpson66/1Martin Kaymer75/1Sergio Garcia75/1Bubba Watson80/1Louis Oosthuizen80/1Matt Wallace80/1Patrick Reed80/1Graeme McDowell90/1Ian Poulter100/1Emiliano Grillo125/1Haotong Li125/1Jim Furyk125/1Keegan Bradley125/1Kevin Kisner125/1Kevin Na125/1Matthew Fitzpatrick125/1Tyrrell Hatton125/1Aaron Wise150/1Alex Noren150/1Billy Horschel150/1Branden Grace150/1Byeong-Hun An150/1C.T. Pan150/1Cameron Smith150/1Charles Howell III150/1Danny Willett150/1Erik Van Rooyen150/1Jason Dufner150/1Jimmy Walker150/1Lucas Glover150/1Luke List150/1Rafa Cabrera Bello150/1Rory Sabbatini150/1Si Woo Kim150/1Zach Johnson150/1Daniel Berger175/1J.B. Holmes175/1Thomas Pieters175/1Kiradech Aphibarnrat200/1Lucas Bjerregaard200/1Scottie Scheffler200/1Thorbjorn Olesen200/1Aaron Baddeley250/1Abraham Ancer250/1Chez Reavie250/1Jhonattan Vegas250/1Kyle Stanley250/1Viktor Hovland250/1Justin Harding300/1Luke Donald300/1Matthew Jones350/1Anirban Lahiri400/1Brian Stuard400/1Chesson Hadley400/1Ernie Els400/1Kyoung-Hoon Lee400/1Marcus Kinhult400/1Oliver Schniederjans400/1Adri Arnaus500/1Alex Prugh500/1Collin Morikawa500/1David Toms500/1Dean Burmester500/1Luke Guthrie500/1Nathan Lashley500/1Nick Taylor500/1Roberto Castro500/1Ryan Fox500/1Sam Horsfield500/1Shugo Imahira500/1Chan Kim600/1Andreas Halvorsen750/1Brandon Wu750/1Brendon Todd750/1Carlos Ortiz750/1Chun An Yu750/1Clement Sordet750/1Devon Bling750/1Joseph Bramlett750/1Nick Hardy750/1Patton Kizzire750/1Sam Saunders750/1Sepp Straka750/1Tom Hoge750/1Zac Blair750/1Austin Eckroat1000/1Billy Hurley III1000/1Brett Drewitt1000/1Callum Tarren1000/1Cameron Young1000/1Chandler Eaton1000/1Charlie Danielson1000/1Chip McDaniel1000/1Cody Gribble1000/1Daniel Hillier1000/1Jovan Rebula1000/1Julian Etulain1000/1Justin Walters1000/1Kevin O’Connell1000/1Lee Slattery1000/1Luis Gagne1000/1Marcus Fraser1000/1Matt Parziale1000/1Matthieu Pavon1000/1Michael Thorbjornsen1000/1Mike Weir1000/1Mikimu Horikawa1000/1Renato Paratore1000/1Rhys Enoch1000/1Richard Lee1000/1Rob Oppenheim1000/1Stewart Hagestad1000/1Brian Davis1500/1Connor Arendell1500/1Eric Dietrich1500/1Hayden Shieh1500/1Kodai Ichihara1500/1Matthew Naumec1500/1Noah Norton1500/1Ryan Sullivan1500/1Spencer Tibbits1500/1last_img read more

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