Minnick Departs As Parental Grip Squeezes Morgan

Rasmussen, Eric
April 1999
Investment Management Weekly;04/26/99, Vol. 12 Issue 17, p1
Reports on the plan of James Minnick to resign as president of Morgan Grenfell Capital Management. Action of Deutsche Bank to merge Morgan Grenfell operations with Bankers Trust Co; Reason for Minnick's departure; Information on the merger.


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