People News: Moves at J.P. Morgan, MSSB, BlackRock, Bloomberg, Apollo and Jefferies

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Stanley Young, who ran the technology division of NYSE Euronext, has left to join Bloomberg. [WSJ]

Fannie Mae named to CEO Timothy Mayopoulos, who was ousted in a shake-up at Bank of America at the height of the financial crisis. [DealBook]

Ian Lowitt, the last chief financial officer of Lehman Brothers, has joined the London financial firm Marex Spectron. [DealBook]

Paul Hatch, head of investment strategy and client solutions at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney is leaving the firm “to pursue new entrepreneurial passions.” [Investment News]

Anthony Sirianni, one of the founders of Washington Wealth Management, has left the firm. [Investment News]

J.P. Morgan Retirement Plan Services hired Bill McDermott as head of sales and client solutions from Goldman Sachs Asset Management where he had led the defined-contribution business.  [Investment News]

Marion Sandler, a former banking executive whose sale of Golden West Financial to Wachovia had been blamed for contributing to the financial crisis, died on Friday at her home in San Francisco at 81. [NY Times]

Peter Bowden will be a managing director for energy banking at the Jefferies Group. [Bloomberg]

Paul Compton, chief administrative officer of J.P. Morgan’s investment bank and head of the company’s global service center in India, is taking on additional responsibilities as deputy chief of operations. [Reuters]

BlackRock’s Robert Doll is retiring to focus on his family, faith and philanthropic interests. [Bloomberg]

Hedge fund EQA Partners hired former Federal Reserve governor Randall Kroszner. [NY Times]

Joseph Azrack, global head of real estate at Apollo Global Management, may leave that role for a post as chairman next year. [Bloomberg]

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