People News: Moves at J.P. Morgan, Citi, Goldman, BofA, UBS and Capital Group

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Jeff Urwin was appointed head of J.P. Morgan’s operations in the Asia Pacific region, succeeding Gaby Abdelnour, who announced his departure in March. [WSJ]

Months after a management shake-up, Bank of America senior banker Michael Rubinoff left, while top UBS executive Alex Wilmot-Sitwell was hired. [DealBook]

Christophe Florin left his position as chief operating officer of AXA Private Equity to run the emerging markets private equity group of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority. [Bloomberg]

Sally Shan, who formerly ran Asia technology investment banking at J.P. Morgan, will lead the Beijing office of the private equity firm HarbourVest Partners. [Reuters]

Chow Chung-Kong, who formerly ran the subways in Hong Kong, has been named chairman of Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing, the holding company for the city’s stock exchange. [Bloomberg]

Gene Sykes, who specializes in technology, media and telecommunications companies as well as health care firms, is one of Goldman’s best-known bankers and was named to the firm’s management team. [NY Times]

Gordon Crawford, a longtime mutual fund manager at the Capital Group, was unusually outspoken for his firm and will retire at year’s end. [Businessweek]

UBS’s co-head of United States mergers and acquisitions, Ehren Stenzler, has left the firm. [DealBook]

Citi’s Latin America head Francisco Aristeguieta, helping Chief Executive Officer Vikram Pandit with a push to expand in emerging markets, has overhauled the bank’s leadership team in the region: Juan Bruchou was named to head a group of seven South American countries including Argentina and Venezuela; Suresh Maharaj for Central America and the Caribbean; Gustavo Marin and Bernardo Norena will continue to head Brazil and Colombia, respectively. [Businessweek]

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