Stone & Youngberg's Manhattan Move

Walker, Susanne
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/16/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32011, p6
Trade Publication
This article reports that San Francisco-based Stone & Youngberg LLC announced yesterday it had moved its New York City office to 450 Lexington Avenue from 230 Park Avenue and will be hiring additional salespeople to further expand its fixed-income business. The 11 sales people currently in the office primarily focus on trading municipal securities, but now the firm is hiring sales people that will expand its presence in high-grade corporate bonds, mortgage-backed securities, agencies and high-yield bonds, a spokeswoman said yesterday. Stone & Youngberg expects to increase its sales force to 24 within the next 12 months, she added.


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