People News: Moves at UBS, BofA, Bank of England, WL Ross and UniCredit

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UBS’s head of investment banking for the Americas, Aryeh Bourkoff, resigned to “pursue other opportunities.” [DealBook]

UBS named Gerard Cremoux head of its Latin American investment bank in Sao Paulo. [Bloomberg]

MarketAxess Holdings is losing Nicolas Rohatyn, a prominent financier who has helped shape the electronic trading platform for more than a decade. [DealBook]

UniCredit named Giuseppe Vita to chairman. [WSJ]

David Storper, who leads strategy for hedge fund WL Ross, is leaving the firm in October. [Businessweek]

Gonzalo Chocano, formerly of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, was hired by StormHarbour Securities, a brokerage founded by former Citigroup traders. [Bloomberg]

Jay Luo, who formerly ran the Asian operations of SAC Capital Advisors, is joining Dymon Asia Capital. [Businessweek]

Bank of England approached Mark Carney, the governor of Canada’s central bank, as a potential candidate to succeed Mervyn King. [Financial Times]

Arthur Nadel, who had been sentenced to 14 years in prison for securities fraud, died at 80 in the federal prison in Butner, N.C. [AP]

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