People News: Moves at Citi, Pimco, UBS Wealth Management, Lazard and J.P. Morgan

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Morgan Stanley International chief Walid Chammah will retire. [NY Times]

Nomura named Steven Ashley as the new global head of fixed income. [Businessweek]

Longtime partners in Goldman’s securities division Edward Eisler and David Heller are retiring. [DealBook]

Citi’s Rohit Bansal, who was head of distressed debt trading, and Chris Yanney, who led high-yield bond trading, have left the firm. [Bloomberg News]

Lazard named David Kurtz as global head of restructuring. [NY Times]

Pimco relocated its global co-head of emerging markets to Singapore from the U.S. [Bloomberg]

Goldman named James Paradise and Eiji Ueda co-heads of its securities division in Asia. [Businessweek]

UBS Wealth Management Americas hired two financial advisor teams from Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in New Jersey and California. [On Wall Street]

Credit hedge fund firm Oak Hill Advisors named four new partners: Alexandra Jung, Adam Kertzner, Jeffrey Kirt and Thomas Wong will join the six existing partners. [Hedge Fund Net]

Jay Mandelbaum is leaving his position as J.P. Morgan head of strategy and business development, while Barry Zubrow will head corporate regulatory affairs. [DealBook]

J.P. Morgan named Doug Petno chief executive officer of commercial banking. [Bloomberg]

British private equity firm Pamplona hired Brian Ratzan from Vestar Capital Partners to spearhead its expansion in the United States. [NY Times]

Oversea-Chinese Banking named Samuel Tsien as CEO to replace David Conner, who will retire in April after a decade running Singapore’s second-largest lender. [Businessweek]

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