People News: Moves at Deutsche, Citi, CME Group, Genworth and Goldman

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Charles Alexander, head of Asian corporate banking at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, was named interim head of the company’s Chinese operations. [WSJ]

Craig Donohue will step down as CEO of the CME Group before the company’s annual meeting on May 23rd. [WSJ]

Alessandro Profumo, who resigned as UniCredit’s chief executive in 2010, was named chairman of Monte dei Paschi di Siena and will aim to restore investor confidence in the world’s oldest bank. [Bloomberg]

Daniel Wainstein, former head of Goldman’s Brazilian investment bank, was named chairman and joined by two new co-chief operating officers. [Businessweek]

Genworth Financial’s CEO Michael Fraizer resigned, bringing an abrupt end to a rocky tenure that began before the insurer's 2004 spinoff from General Electric. [WSJ]

Genworth's CIO Ronald Joelson is leaving to join Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance. [Investment News]

Anthony Renzi, who ran Freddie Mac’s single-family home business, was named COO of Citi’s North American mortgage business. [Reuters]

Paul Baron, former head of Deutsche Bank’s hedge fund sales for North America, was hired as co-head of BofA’s equity derivatives sales team for Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. [Bloomberg]

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