People News: Moves at MSSB, SEC, UBS, Goldman and Touradji Capital

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Barton Biggs, who founded Morgan Stanley Investment Management in 1975, died. [AP]

William Bruen Sr., William Bruen Jr. and Andrew Bruen, a three-generation team of financial advisors managing over $500 million in assets, left Morgan Stanley Smith Barney for UBS Wealth Management. [Investment News]

The SEC named Paul Beswick acting chief accountant. [WSJ]

Touradji Capital Management CEO Peter Borish departed last month after just six months on the job, the fifth high-ranking executive to leave since the beginning of 2011. [Hedge Fund Net]

Michael Cudzil, a mortgage trading executive at Nomura, is joining Pimco as a portfolio manager in the mortgage group. [Bloomberg]

Harald Gegenwart, Morgan Stanley’s head of German equity trading, was dismissed. [Bloomberg]

Andrew Williams, who joins Goldman Sachs at the end of this month, is the second former Treasury Department official to be hired by the investment bank this year. [Financial Times]

Morgan Stanley named Brian Wynne and Charlie Visconsi to replace Stratford Shields when he steps down Sept. 1st as head of public finance. [Businessweek]

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