First Southwest CEO tells his side of the story in recently filed court papers

Preston, Darrell
January 1998
Bond Buyer;01/12/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30308, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on First Southwest Co. chief executive officer Robert K. Utley III's response to allegations in a suit filed by Hillel A. Feinberg over a large loss in clearing securities trades. Business relationship of Utley and Feinberg; Feinberg's motion to force Utley Group to sell him its interest in the partnership controlling First Southwest; Details of previous lawsuits filed by both parties.


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