Three newly-created roles have been made at RPMI Railpen in a bid to strengthen its investment capabilities.
Sweta Chattopadhyay (pictured) has joined the private markets team of the £22bn pension scheme, while Matthias Eifert and Tony Guida will focus on equity investments.
Chattopadhyay joins as a senior investment manager. She has ten years' experience and her previous experience includes Adveq, the Universities Superannuation Scheme and ABN AMRO.
Matthias Eifert has joined as investment manager with a focus on fundamental equity analysis with a responsibility for managing concentrated equity portfolios. He joins Railpen from Macquarie Securities.
Tony Guida has joined the alternative risk premia team as investment manager and has 12 years' experience, including EDHEC Risk Institute and Unigestion.
RPMI Railpen investment director Ciarán Barr said: "We are intent on delivering more value to our members by selectively increasing internal resources to manage and control more of the investment portfolios internally where it is efficient to do so."
The government has confirmed the current interim chairwoman of The Pensions Ombudsman (TPO), Caroline Rookes, will continue the role in a permanent capacity.
The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) has appointed three non-executive directors and an executive director to its board.
Former Financial Regulators Complaints Commissioner Antony Townsend is to become chair of an expanded Determinations Panel at The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
Six members of Ross Trustees’ pension trustee and support teams have been promoted into new roles.