People News: Moves at Freddie Mac, Goldman, BofA, Carlyle and Barclays

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Keefe, Bruyette & Woods is cutting its staff by 13 percent and CEO John Duffy is stepping down following a cancer diagnosis. [WSJ]

Freddie Mac CEO Charles E. "Ed" Haldeman will step down during the coming year. [CNN Money]

Former Mercer CEO M. Michele Burns was elected to Goldman's board. [DealBook]

BofA hired Morgan Stanley managing director Glenn Koh to lead equity derivatives trading in the Americas. [Bloomberg]

The Carlyle Group has hired Sanghyun Lee from Affinity Equity Partners as a managing director to lead the company's South Korean investments. [Reuters]

Barclays Wealth announced the hiring of six advisors in its Boston, New York, Dallas and Miami offices. [On Wall Street]

Naresh Naik, who runs Morgan Stanley's real estate fund in India, is leaving to start his own fund. [Reuters]

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