Appointments update 18 September 2019

Law Debenture has named Pin-Nee Tang as director of its subsidiary company Pegasus.

Tang bring over 20 years of experience in pensions to her new role. She has held a number of senior positions across banking, in-house and consultancy roles. Most recently, she was director of corporate pensions at Lloyds Banking Group. Prior to Lloyds, she was head of pensions at Aviva.

Aviva Investors has appointed Ed Dixon as its head of environmental, social and governance (ESG), real assets.

Dixon takes on the newly created role after 17 years of industry experience and most recently held the role of sustainability insights director at Landsec where he was responsible for the company's approach to sustainable design, climate risk and supply chain transparency. His career also includes roles at Mace, Marks and Spencer's (secondment) and Simons Group.

Mercer has announced the appointment of Nick Rosenblatt as its wealth management proposition leader.

In the newly created role, Rosenblatt will develop Mercer’s investment proposition, servicing models and infrastructure to enable wealth managers to achieve investment goals, manage risk and reduce costs for their clients. He has more than 20 years of experience in the investment management industry, most recently at Russell Investments where he led its wholesale & partnerships business.

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