People News: Moves at J.P. Morgan, Citi, RBS, Investcorp, Open Society Foundations

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Craig Sedmak, the head of commercial mortgage bond trading at RBS, has left the bank. [Bloomberg]

Edward Forst, co-head of Goldman asset management, is retiring, and Eric Lane will take his place. [DealBook]

UBS’s chief risk officer Maureen Miskovic stepped down after less than a year. [NY Times]

Former Lehman exec Scott Freidheim will run European operations of Investcorp Bank after three years at Sears Holdings. [Businessweek]

Giles Ong, who ran Citi’s mergers and acquisitions advisory in Southeast Asia, has left the company. [Reuters]

JPMorgan Chase hired former Credit Suisse executive Neil Hounslow to run its Asian prime brokerage. [Reuters]

Thomson Reuters named James Smith to replace CEO Tom Glocer, who will retire after leading the company since the 2008 merger. [Bloomberg]

Connecticut hedge fund Alternative Investment Group named Joel Gantcher and Samuel Sussman as managing directors. [Hedge Fund Net]

New York-based JPMorgan Chase hired the former head of BofA's online and mobile banking as the new CFO of its consumer-banking business. [WSJ]

George Soros is expected to name Christopher Stone, a Harvard professor who is a well-known expert on criminal justice, to lead the Open Society Foundations. [NY Times]

A former Goldman executive is seeking to raise $1 billion for an Asia-focused hedge fund based in Hong Kong. [Reuters]

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