Pulaski Financial Hires 5 for New Unit

Walker, Susanne
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/16/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32011, p6
Trade Publication
This article reports that St. Louis based-Pulaski Financial Corp. earlier this month hired five veteran bond marketing professionals to establish Pulaski Bank's new investment division. The team includes Kevin P. Kane, vice president and manager of securities trading, vice presidents Charles M. Lisciandrello, Daniel E. Ray. David D. Clay and assistant vice president Cheryl A. Margherio. The group was previously employed by Southwest Bank of St. Louis and will market fixed-income securities, including municipal bonds, treasuries, agency debentures, mortgage-backed instruments and corporate bonds to institutions, according to a prepared statement.


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