People News: Moves at Carlyle, UBS, Deutsche, Bear Stearns and Citi

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Terri Dial, whom Citigroup hired in 2008 to run its North American consumer bank, and a Forbes’ 100 most powerful woman, died of pancreatic cancer at age 62. [Bloomberg]

Deutsche CEO for the Americas Seth Waugh stepped down without giving a reason. [Businessweek]

C. Howard Wietschner, a Goldman partner who helped form the bank’s hedge fund industry group, is retiring after 18 years at the firm. [Bloomberg]

Pritzker Group, an investment firm that manages the wealth of Chicago’s Pritzker family, hired Baird Private Equity managing partner Paul Carbone to oversee private equity investments. [Chicago Tribune]

Goldman’s head of mergers and acquisitions for Northern Europe, Luca Ferrari, is retiring. [NY Times]

UBS hired former Bear Stearns chief financial officer Samuel Molinaro, and its joint global head of its investment banking unit, Jimmy Neissa, is leaving. [DealBook]

Getco, a Chicago-based firm that uses computerized trades to profit on the difference between bids and offers, named Daniel Coleman CEO. [WSJ]

Carlyle hired Chris Woodhouse, formerly the finance director at Debenhams, the British department store company, to run RAC, its roadside assistance business. [Financial Times]

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