Marina Lund was named managing director, product specialist, for Tribeca Global Management, the $2.5 billion multistrategy hedge fund of Citigroup Alternative Investments, confirmed spokesman Jon Diat. The position is new. Ms. Lund, who is based in London, reports to Gay Huey Evans, president of Tribeca, and Dean Barr, managing director and head of liquid investments for Citigroup. Ms. Lund was head of distribution at BlueCrest Capital Management; David Browne, spokesman for Man Group, which owns part of BlueCrest, said he was not able to comment on Ms. Lund's position.
Nicholas Keen was named sales director for F&C Alternative Investments, part of F&C's business specializing in the management of single-strategy hedge funds, confirmed spokesman Sergei Cristo. It is a new position. Mr. Keen will report to Alex Ingham Clark, director of marketing, alternative investments. Mr. Keen was investment sales executive at Threadneedle Investments. Monina Villaroman, spokeswoman for Threadneedle, was not available for comment at press time.
William McKinzie was named senior vice president, business development, at HSBC Investments (USA), and Lynn Sandt was named vice president, institutional business development-cross-border, confirmed spokeswoman Juanita Gutierrez. The positions are new. Mr. McKinzie and Ms. Sandt both report to Bruce Pflug, managing director and head of institutional business development. Mr. McKinzie joined the institutional sales team. Ms. Sandt is responsible for promotion and support of sales for the institutional investment strategies developed in the U.S. Mr. McKinzie was senior consultant, executive benefits, at Westport Worldwide, the executive benefits arm of risk management and insurance provider Hilb, Rogal and Hamilton. Ms. Sandt was vice president, relationship management, at Credit Suisse; Credit Suisse spokeswoman Suzanne Fleming said she is not being replaced.
Peter Kraneveld, special adviser of international affairs, will leave the €81 billion ($105 billion) Stichting Pensioenfonds PGGM, Zeist, Netherlands, on Feb. 1, spokeswoman Ellen Habermehl said. No information on his plans was available by press time. Mr. Kraneveld's responsibilities at PGGM will be assumed by existing staff members, and there are no plans to replace him.