UBS Securities' Atkinson to Step Down

Meyers, Maxwell; Cataldo, Adam L.
May 2006
Bond Buyer;5/30/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32391, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that Terry Atkinson, the long-time head of UBS Securities LLC's public finance department, will relinquish his office in the first quarter of 2007. He is likely to be replaced by David Shulman, the current global head of distribution for fixed income at UBS. The shift is part of a broader effort by the company to reorganize UBS's entire fixed-income platform. For Atkinson, retirement will mean the end of a long career in the public finance arena. Before joining UBS, Atkinson handled several similar assignments with other companies including PaineWebber. In 2005, Atkinson was also honored for his career accomplishments by the Municipal Forum of New York.


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