Kilgallon Quits Bear; Moving to Goldman

March 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;3/29/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 13, p4
Trade Publication
John Kilgallon, who resigned from financial services company Bear Stearns & Co. Inc.'s global head of equity capital markets, is expected to join Goldman Sachs & Co. as a managing director in its credit capital markets group in a few months. Bear isn't planning to replace Kilgallon. That's because the firm's equity capital markets unit had been folded under its strategic finance umbrella headed by David Glaser and Lesley Goldwasser for some time. Sources informed that equity capital markets was melded in a while back and was combined with debt capital markets within the group. Bear Stearns was the first Wall Street firm to combine the two functions.


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