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He succeeds Ronald Wuijster, CEO, who was appointed to the executive board of APG Group as member responsible for asset management earlier this year. Branner (left), a Danish national, joins from the €100bn Swedish asset manager SEB Investment Management where he was chief executive officer, responsible for investment processes as well as overseeing its broad range of funds and institutional mandates covering all major asset classes. The €479bn Dutch asset manager APG has appointed Peter Branner as its chief investment officer. Bart Le Blanc, chairman of the supervisory board of APG Asset Management, described the new CIO as “a seasoned executive in our field” and highlighted his “broad international experience in long-term investing”.Branner is to start his new job on 1 September, when he will become responsible for APG’s overall investment operations and will be tasked with optimising sustainable and long-term returns.Prior to joining SEB’s Stockholm office in 2008, Branner was CIO at the London-based multi-manager arm of Fortis.He has also served as managing director at IKANO Fund Management in Luxembourg, as well as other investment postions within the IKANO Group.The new CIO will report to Ronald Wuijster, chief executive of APG Asset Management and member of the executive board of APG Group.APG is the asset manager and pensions provider of the €414bn Dutch civil service scheme ABP.
Jessica Vigna lined up for a goal kick with less than 20 seconds remaining, about to seal Syracuse’s victory by sending a ball from SU’s defensive side of the field.Wake Forest threatened to score for the final few minutes of the game, but the Orange’s defense stood strong. Momentarily, it seemed as if the Orange had evaded danger.But after Vigna booted the ball away, it hit a Wake Forest player’s foot and deflected toward Courtney Brosnan. The ball squirted through the arms of the sophomore goalkeeper, and the tying goal lay on the ground in front of an empty net.A nearby Wake Forest forward didn’t make a quick enough move on the ball, and Brosnan frantically dove on top of the ball as the final horn blared.“(Brosnan’s) always just so calm and composed,” Vigna said. “You always know she’s gonna save it.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe scene encapsulated the afternoon for Syracuse. The Orange (7-10-1, 3-6 Atlantic Coast) defense rose to the occasion Sunday at SU Soccer Stadium, neutralizing the Wake Forest (4-12, 1-8 Atlantic Coast) attack in a 1-0 victory for SU’s third straight win. The Demon Deacons only got off two shots in the opening 45 minutes and couldn’t convert any of its six opportunities in the second half.“Our defense is stingy,” Syracuse head coach Phil Wheddon said. “We’re not giving up a lot of goals, we’re well organized.”In the first half, Wake Forest struggled to get anything going against the Syracuse back line. The Orange limited the Demon Deacons early on, with defender Erin Simon spoiling one of its best scoring opportunities in the waning minutes of the first half.Wake Forest forward Jenai Davidson gathered a ball in the midfield and went streaking down the field. Simon raced up from behind and bodied up Davidson, poking the ball away in the process.On a dreary day, Vigna said the wind — blowing against WFU in the first half — helped prevent the Demon Deacons from sending long crosses over the top of the Syracuse defense, something that gave the back line more time to establish its form.“We’ve been a lot more organized, especially today,” Vigna said. “And we were talking a lot more and that’s why I think we had a solid performance in the back today.”But after a first half in which Brosnan had to make just one save, Wake Forest came out of halftime with increased pressure on Syracuse’s goalkeeper.In the 54th minute, Wake Forest strung together a series of passes at the top of the box. The ball made its way to forward Kendall Fischlein, who tripped before she was able to make solid contact.Four minutes later, a Wake Forest corner kick ended in the ball scooting just far of the left post.And in the 78th minute, Demon Deacon forward Maddie Huster settled a ball on the left edge of the box, but was quickly rushed by Vigna, Maddie Iozzi and Alex Lamontagne. Hunter hurried her shot and it went wide, rolling harmlessly to Brosnan. It was one of the four saves Brosnan made in the second half.After the luxury of pushing up in the first half and playing past midfield, the Syracuse defenders found themselves packed in front of Brosnan much more often in the second half.“They definitely did a really good job,” Brosnan said. “Obviously that team had a lot of dangerous players up top, a lot of strong, physical, tall players and we definitely dealt well with the runs and they didn’t have as many opportunities.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 25, 2015 at 5:48 pm Contact Matt: [email protected]
Mike Malone only allowed Team LeBron to watch J. Cole’s halftime concert at the NBA All-Star Game on one condition.Lakers star LeBron James asked Malone if his team could watch the show at the break. Malone jokingly agreed to allow it if the team picked up its defensive effort, according to ESPN. Related News NBA All-Star Game 2019: 3 takeaways from Team LeBron’s comeback win James made an NBA-record 15th consecutive All-Star game start, so he’s very familiar with the lackluster defense that has become common in the contest.Malone, the head coach of the Nuggets, is a first-time All-Star coach and his team got the result it wanted at the final buzzer. NBA All-Star Game 2019: Top 5 highlights from Team LeBron’s victory over Team Giannis “I’ll let you go watch the J. Cole concert if you all get your a— back on transition (in the second half),” Malone said, via ESPN.Team LeBron trailed by 13 at the half in the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday. But it pulled off an impressive comeback to claim a 178-164 victory.