Trading Place

Orr, Deborah
September 2005
Forbes Asia;9/19/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p18
The article features Dow Kim, executive vice president of Merrill Lynch. He is one of the best-paid executives on the securities industry taking home $22 million in pay and stock options in 2005. He believes that he is a good trader rather than a credit analyst. The executive is responsible for every stock, bond and derivative bought and sold by Merrill.


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