People News: Moves at Nomura, Citi, BofA, Goldman, Equity International and Carlyle

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Goldman’s CFO David Viniar will retire at the end of January and be replaced by Harvey Schwartz, a senior executive at the bank.  DealBook
Carlyle named Robert Mancini -- the chief executive of the power company Cogentrix and a managing director at Goldman -- as the co-head of its $1.14B infrastructure fund.  NYTimes
David Khoo, previously Citi’s Southeast Asia head of financial institutions, left the company less than two years after joining.  Reuters

Veritas Capital founder and chairman Robert McKeon took his own life earlier this month.  Reuters

Ciaran O’Kelly, who was hired from Bank of America to run Nomura’s equities operations in New York, is leaving the Japanese bank. Bloomberg
Adrianne Shapira, a retail industry analyst at Goldman, was named CFO at the jewelry company David Yurman.  DealBook
Michael Keats left his job as a managing director in Goldman’s legal department to become a litigation partner at Kirkland & Ellis.  Bloomberg
Gary Garrabrant, the CEO and co-founder of Equity International, left the real estate firm for undisclosed reasons, and Sam Zell, the firm’s co-founder and chairman, has stepped in as interim chief.  WSJ
Wells Fargo named Eduardo Queen strategy director.  Investment News