People News: Moves at BofA, Lazard, Goldman and Moore Capital

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Dan McNicholas, who was Bank of America’s head of financing sales in Asia-Pacific, is heading sales at State Street’s prime brokerage group in the region. [Reuters]

Louis Moore Bacon, founder of Moore Capital Management, hired his older brother, Zack Hampton Bacon III, as a managing director. [Absolute Return + Alpha]

Goldman said George Mattson, one of the firm’s top deal makers in the industrial sector, is retiring, and it named Dusty Philip as successor and Clare Scherrer as the group’s COO. [DealBook]

Goldman’s Jeffrey Moslow, an investment banker to companies such as Tyco, will leave the firm. [NY Times]

Lazard hired Mark Renton, a veteran Citigroup banker, as a managing director specializing in advising international oil and natural gas companies on mergers and acquisitions. [NY Times]

Top deal lawyer Roger Aaron died at age 69. [DealBook]

Tom Storrs, Bank of America’s chairman and chief executive from 1974 to 1983, died at 93. [Reuters]

Fred Dunbar, specialist on damages in securities lawsuits who helped lead NERA Economic Consulting for 30 years before joining the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2009, died at 67. [Businessweek]

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