Goldman Transfer, HSBC Hires, UBS Departure, SEC Fires

The head of Goldman Sachs' Southeast Asian operations is set to step down.

Reuters reports that L. Brooks Entwistle is set move to a new position in advisory at the end of the year, according to company memo obtained by Reuters.

The Financial Times reports that HSBC is wrestling with its third reputational hit of the year, after details of more than 8,000 clients of the group’s expat-targeted Jersey operation were leaked to the press, amid allegations some clients had been convicted of serious offences.

HSBC has hired two veteran JP Morgan bankers to help expand its coverage of financial institutions in Asia Pacific, according to a memo obtained by Reuters on Monday.

Reuters also reports that UBS's head of structured credit trading in the United States, David Carlson, has left the bank as part of the firm's restructuring, which involves 10,000 staff cuts and a dramatic pull-back in riskier fixed income products, according to a person familiar with his departure.

Finally, Bloomberg reports that David Weber, a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission internal watchdog who was put on leave after co-workers accused him of being a security threat, has been fired by the agency, his lawyer said.

Weber, who was chief investigator in the inspector general’s office, raised allegations in March that H. David Kotz, the agency’s former inspector general, may have had personal relationships that tainted reports on the SEC’s failure to catch the Bernard Madoff and R. Allen Stanford Ponzi schemes.

Goldman's Entwistle to step down as Southeast Asia head: memo

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HSBC hires Asia-Pac financial institutions coverage duo - memo

UBS' U.S. structured trading head leaves bank

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