Prudential hires two for N.Y. office to bolster public finance division

Sherman, Lynn
January 1999
Bond Buyer;01/21/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30562, p26
Trade Publication
Reports on Prudential Securities Inc.'s addition of bankers David A. Bernat and C. Anthony Owens to its New York City office as part of the company's effort to ramp up its public finance division. Positions to be held by the two bankers; Career histories; Prudential's share of the negotiated bonds sector in 1998.


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