J.P. Morgan snags Raymond James bankers for its new Florida shop

McEntee, Christopher
March 1999
Bond Buyer;03/24/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30605, p32
Trade Publication
Reports on J.P. Morgan Securities Inc.'s hiring of Raymond James & Associates bankers Charles LeCroy and John Elcherberger to help the firm develop presence in Florida's public finance market. Roles and responsibilities of the two executives; Work experiences of the two in the structured products and derivatives market.


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