Goldman Sachs Group Inc
Schiro, former chief executive of both Zurich Financial Services AG
Schiro is chairman of Goldman's audit committee, a role he will cede to M. Michele Burns, a consulting executive at Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc
Bryan's departure has been widely expected since he reached the mandatory retirement age of 75 last year. But his position gained new attention last week after a prominent shareholder group said it had withdrawn a proposal to separate the chairman and CEO roles, because Goldman had agreed to alter its board structure to include a lead independent director.
Goldman changed Bryan's title in March - he had previously been a presiding director - and gave his role more responsibilities.
Goldman said on Monday that neither Bryan nor another director, Lois D. Juliber, will stand for re-election at its annual meeting in May. The bank said Juliber is stepping down due to increasing time commitments associated with her other activities.
Juliber, a former Colgate-Palmolive Co
She also serves on the boards of E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co
(Reporting By Lauren Tara LaCapra; Editing by Richard Chang)