People News: Moves at Lazard, Citi, Carlyle, MetLife and Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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Citi appointed senior investment bankers Craig Reisser and Miguel Azevedo to expand its business in Africa. [DealBook]

Lazard hired restructuring expert Ron Bloom as a senior advisor. [NY Times]

MetLife reassigned Michael Farrell, previously head of U.S. distribution, as the company seeks to reduce sales of equity-linked variable annuities. [Bloomberg]

Carlyle appointed Can Deldag and Firas Nasir as new co-heads of its operations in the Middle East and North Africa. [NY Times]

President Obama nominated Jeremiah Norton, a former Bush administration official who is now a JPMorgan Chase executive, to serve on the five-member board of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. [WSJ]

Goldman’s chief equity trader in Moscow, Peter Kizenko, quit to return to New Jersey and finish building a commercial Russian sauna. [Bloomberg]

Tom Bradley will take the helm of TD Ameritrade Holding's retail unit, replacing John Bunch, who is leaving to head up an investment advisory firm. Tom Nally will replace Bradley as head of TD Ameritrade Institutional. [Investment News]

UBS Wealth Management Americas hired six new financial advisors including one Merrill Lynch team. [On Wall Street]

Bank of America Merrill Lynch recruited Ravi Sinha, who worked for 21 years at Goldman Sachs, as an executive vice president of the investment banking division. [Bloomberg]

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