Jupiter chief executive Edward Bonham Carter is to join the board of Land Securities as a non-executive director next year.
Bonham Carter (pictured) will join the property group's board on 1 January 2014, as will 3i infrastructure managing director Cressida Hogg.
Sir Stuart Rose will step down from the Land Securities board as of the same date.
"The diverse skills and experience of Cressida Hogg and Edward Bonham Carter will add both depth and breadth to the board," said Land Securities chairman Alison Carnwath.
"Cressida is an authority on infrastructure investment and its impact on property, while Edward's experience as a fund manager and chief executive of a public company will bring added perspective."
The firm said Bonham Carter will likely join the company's remuneration committee.
Carnwath herself is no stranger to remuneration issues, having been head of Barclays' remuneration committee until last summer.
She subsequently told a parliamentary committee she had voted against then-CEO Bob Diamond's controversial £2.7m bonus award for 2011.
That award was later watered down; Diamond gave up the bonus entirely at the height of the 2012 LIBOR scandal which eventually saw him leave the bank.
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