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People News: Moves at Merrill, Barclays, Jefferies, UBS, HSBC and J.P. Morgan

Barclays' investment bank is not complying with the strategy set out for it

Barclays' investment bank is not complying with the strategy set out for it

Ian Hannam, J.P. Morgan’s global chairman of equity capital markets, left the bank after British financial regulators fined him for disclosing inside information. [DealBook]

Mark Lane, who ran fixed income trading at Lazard Capital Markets, died at 44 in a boat accident. [Bloomberg]

Angela Knight stepped down from her position as head of the British Bankers’ Association. [DealBook]

Stuart Milne was appointed to lead HSBC’s operations in India, after overseeing its business in Japan. [Reuters]

Goldman named former Zurich insurance executive James Schiro as lead director of its board and head of the corporate governance. [WSJ]

Three Merrill execs joined UBS America’s executive committee. [NY Times]

A highly ranked team of analysts in Tokyo, including the chief stock strategist Shoji Hirakawa, has left UBS. [Businessweek]

Lehman veteran Larry Wieseneck was named chief strategy officer for Barclays’ investment bank. [Bloomberg]

Peter Dorsey has taken over as head of sales for TD Ameritrade Institutional. He was previously director of sales for the Western region and fills the vacancy created when Tom Nally was promoted to president of the TD Ameritrade Holding. [Investment News]

Jason Griffith, who has been head of equities at Jefferies, is leaving. [Bloomberg]

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