Andy Bryant was named chief financial officer at Intel Corp., Santa Clara, Calif., replacing Harold Hughes, who was promoted to director of planning. Mr. Bryant had been vice president of the Intel products group.
Charles Jacklin, formerly assistant professor of finance at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, Stanford, Calif., was named vice president of investment management at Mellon Capital Management Corp., San Francisco, a new position. He will be responsible for developing and managing value-added investment strategies.
Barbara Bruser was named director of equity management of the trust and private banking group of First Interstate Bank of California, Los Angles, replacing Art French, who left the company.
Ms. Bruser, who had her own consulting firm, will be responsible for developing investment strategies for personal and institutional client portfolios.
Kenneth Inglis will become chairman of Fleming Investment Management, London, June 1, succeeding Iain Saunders, who will become deputy chairman of Robert Fleming Asset Management, the holding company. Mr. Inglis currently is chief executive designate of Threadneedle Asset Management, London.
Nora E. Kerppola, formerly vice president at Investor International, New York, an investment subsidiary of Sweden's Wallenberg Group, was named vice president of Weiss, Peck & Greer's private equity group in New York. Her duties will include deal origination and analysis, as well as due diligence, negotiations and investment monitoring. Frederik Nilert was promoted to replace her at Investor International.
Bruce F. Vane, head of Newark, N.J.-based Prudential Asset Management guaranteed investment products division since 1985, joined Certus Financial, San Francisco, as senior vice president. Mr. Vane will oversee risk analysis at Certus, assist in product development and chair the firm's credit committee.
Dave Leroux, previously a senior portfolio manager for Prudential, replaces Mr. Vane.
Certus Financial also named Craig Arnson president and director of marketing.
Andrew R. Midler, formerly a portfolio manager with Odyssey Partners, has joined CS First Boston Investment Management as a director in equity portfolio management. Mr. Midler will be responsible for "enhancing" equity and hedge fund capabilities. He has not been replaced at Odyssey.
Annette Calderwood joined Chicago-based Continental Bank's investment management group as a vice president and director of consultant development, a new position.
Ms. Calderwood left a similar position at Stein Roe & Farnham in January, where she was director of consultant communications.
Jeffrey Skelton, former chief executive of Wells Fargo Nikko Investment Advisors Ltd., London, was named president of BARRA Ventures, a division of BARRA Inc., the consulting and software development firm. Andrew Rudd, chairman and chief executive officer of BARRA, said Mr. Skelton will manage BARRA's brokerage and financial strategy consulting joint ventures, such as BARRA's joint venture with Liberty Brokerage Investment Corp., which will provide fixed-income trading analytics.