People News: Moves at JPMorgan Chase, BofA, Wachovia, SAC, Goldman and London Stock Exchange

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Harry Hampson, the JPMorgan Chase banker who last year worked on the sale of the Shine Group to News Corp., will lead the group at the bank that advises private equity firms for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. [Reuters]

Philipp Hildebrand, who quit as chairman of the Swiss central bank earlier this year over a currency trading scandal, is to join BlackRock. [Telegraph]

Goldman rehired Mark Schwartz to serve as the chairman of the bank’s Asia Pacific region and as a vice chairman of the overall bank. [NY Times]

The London Stock Exchange named former Nasdaq exec David Warren as CEO. [WSJ]

The British Bankers’ Association named to CEO Anthony Browne, who was previously Morgan Stanley’s head of government relations for Europe, Middle East and Africa, starting in September. [DealBook]

Edoma Parters’ Louis Villa was hired by SAC Capital. [Reuters]

Autonomous Research in London hired Guy Moszkowski from Merrill Lynch as CEO of its United States operations. [DealBook]

Denver investment bank Strategic Energy Advisors is hiring former employees of Petrie Parkman, which later became part of Bank of America. [Bloomberg]

Edward Lampert’s hedge fund, ESL Investments, has moved to Miami from Greenwich but its president William Crowley will not relocate. [DealBook]

John Medlin, who served as Wachovia’s CEO for almost two decades, died on Thursday at 78. [NY Times]

Russian oil giant Rosneft hired Dmitry Avdeyev, co-head of investment banking at Morgan Stanley in Moscow, as VP of finance and economics. [Reuters]

Hector Negroni, the head of municipal bond trading at Goldman Sachs, is leaving the firm to set up a new investment fund at Fundamental Advisors. [DealBook]

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