People News: Moves at KKR, Man Group, Goldman, BofA/ML, Lazard and BlackRock

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Richard Parsons, former chairman of Citigroup and former chief executive of Time Warner, is joining Lazard’s board of the investment bank. [DealBook]

Dow Jones president Todd Larsen resigned Tuesday after more than two years on the job and 13 years at the company. No reason was given. [WSJ]

Bank of America/Merrill Lynch hired Brian McCarthy from Oppenheimer as a vice chairman of health care investment banking. [NY Times]

BATS Chi-X Europe’s COO Paul O'Donnell will leave the firm at the end of summer. [DealBook]

Man Group named Tim Peach the head of its operations in Asia, based in Singapore. [Reuters]

Jonathan Sorrell, who joined Man Group last summer after a sudden departure from Goldman, will replace Kevin Hayes, who is leaving the company to pursue other interests. [NY Times]

Perella Weinberg hired former Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg as an advisory partner. [NY Times]

Retiring from Goldman: global co-head of the principal debt group and global head of the mezzanine group Muneer Satter, co-head of Americas private equity in the merchant banking division Hughes Lepic and merchant banking for Goldman in Europe, the Middle East and Africa Gerald Cardinale. [DealBook]

Daniel Rice, who co-manages five energy and natural resource mutual funds at BlackRock, is giving up that role. [Bloomberg]

Jonathan Sorrell, head of strategy and corporate finance for the Man Group, was named finance director. [Reuters]

Henrique Meirelles, former head of Brazil’s central bank, joined KKR as a senior adviser in the country. [Financial Times]

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