People News: Moves at Goldman, Santander, Deutsche, BNY Mellon, Jefferies

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Deutsche Bank taps Anthony Whittemore as co-head of Americas M&A advisory business. [Bloomberg]

Goldman Sachs' global head of insurance asset management, Eric Kirsch, to retire. [Bloomberg]

Former Labor Secretary joins Wells Fargo board. [Dow Jones]

Deutsche Bank taps Andrew Jarman and Vassilis Paschopoulos to run high yield and high grade Europe credit trading. [BusinessWeek]

Santander USA Holdings names Jerry Grundhofer from Citigroup as chairman. [Wall Street Journal]

Deutsche Bank hires Tom Jarck from Citigroup to run US index flow trading in global equity derivatives. [Reuters]

BNY Mellon Asset Servicing securities lending appointments: David DiNardo as COO and Robert Chiuch as managing director. [Press release]

Jefferies hires Brian Chadwick from Goldman Sachs as managing director for US rates sales. [Bloomberg]

World Bank hires former Lehman chief risk officer as treasurer. [Forbes]

Goldman Sachs co-head of investment banking unit, David Solomon, may be next in line as CEO. [Reuters]

Moelis & Company hires five senior directors to help win new clients. [New York Times]

Burford Group hires Joseph Cheavens from Baker Botts to originate Texas investments. [Press release]