People News: Moves at Citi, SEC, NYSE, Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley

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Credit Suisse named David DeNunzio as global chairman of M&A following the departure of Steven Koch to serve as a deputy mayor of Chicago. [NY Times]

RBS's chairman and CEO in China, Sherry Liu, resigned from the bank. [WSJ]

John Phelan, former chairman of the NYSE who introduced computer technology to the Big Board in the 1980s, died at age 81. [DealBook]

Michele Davis, a former aide to Henry Paulson, plans to join the Romney campaign to mount a public relations defense of the candidate’s record at Bain Capital. [Buzzfeed]

Oliver Chang, former head of housing strategy at Morgan Stanley, started a firm to acquire distressed homes, with plans to spend up to $1 billion over the next two years. [Reuters]

Citi CEO Vikram Pandit is taking steps to ensure that the company has a worthy successor upon his retirement, though he doesn't plan to leave for several years. [WSJ]

LPL Financial nabs a $2 billion team. [Investment News]

Robert Plaze, deputy director of the Investment Management division of the SEC Commission, is retiring at the end of August after 30 years there. [Reuters]

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