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Paul D. Scialla and Peter E. Scialla, 39-year-old twins who had been partners at Goldman Sachs since 2008, left the firm last week to focus on a real estate company that Paul created while at the bank.

Bloomberg reports that Paul, who worked at New York-based Goldman Sachs since 2003, founded Delos Living LLC in 2007, according to its website. Callie Shumaker, a Delos spokeswoman, said the twins left Goldman Sachs “to work on Delos” and that they weren’t available for an interview.

Paul 'led the charge from the beginning' at Delos, said Dolly Lenz, vice chairman at Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, who joined Delos’s advisory board at his request. 'Now, instead of potentially getting him for 20 hours a week, we’ll get him for 100 hours a week'.

Bloomberg also reports that Goldman has hired Nick Jordan from UBS to be co-head of its operations in Moscow, according two people with knowledge of the move.

Jordan will work alongside Paolo Zannoni, who was named Russian chief last year, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the move hasn’t been made public.

And Reuters reports that Guggenheim Partners said on Tuesday it has hired former Deutsche Bank investment banker Dan Budington to join its financial institutions group.

Finally, the news agency reports that HSBC has hired former Citi banker Daniel Bailey to lead its global telecom, media and technology (TMT) team, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday.

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