People News: Moves at BofA, Fidelity, Citi, Goldman and Morgan Stanley

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Canada Pension Plan Investment Board tapped a veteran Goldman investment banker to head its Asia-Pacific unit as it seeks to increase investments in the region. [Bloomberg]

First Financial Northwest director Spencer Schneider resigned after asking the bank to remove pictures of past directors and serve only hard candies at annual meetings. [Businessweek]

Walter Schloss, a successful value investor who was a disciple of Benjamin Graham, died Sunday. [Bloomberg]

HSBC named Kaber McLean to replace Stuart Milne as CEO for Japan, where it is scaling back its operations. [Bloomberg]

Robert Zoellick will step down as president of the World Bank when his five-year term ends June 30th. [NYTimes]

Margaret Cole, the managing director of enforcement and financial crime at Britain’s Financial Services Authority, will leave the organization at the end of March. [DealBook]

Stephen Roach, the non-executive chairman of Morgan Stanley’s Asian operations, will retire and move full time into academia. [NY Times]

BofA added Citi’s J. Nicholas McKee to its energy corporate banking unit. [Bloomberg]

Mike Jones, president of U.S. asset management at Columbia Management left the firm to become CEO of Fidelity’s Pyramis Global. [Investment News]

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