McCarthy Leaves Lehman for Massachusetts College

O'Brien, Elizabeth
February 2005
Bond Buyer;2/22/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32075, p6
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The article reports that former Lehman Brothers Inc. banker Chris McCarthy has joined Massachusetts' Assumption College as executive vice president for finance and administration. McCarthy, 54, worked until earlier this month as senior vice president al Lehman, where during six years he ran the tax-exempt money market origination business and also worked on higher education deals. Before Lehman, McCarthy was managing director for public finance at Merrill Lynch & Co. McCarthy assumed his new position last week at the Worcester-based school. His broad duties include overseeing the school's budget, building and grounds, and the police and human resources departments.


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