Roper, Akil Salim
April 2000
Private Placement Letter;04/17/2000, Vol. 18 Issue 16, p2
Reports that Prudential Securities has hired Andrew Peisch, a securities veteran from Merrill Lynch, to head its asset-backed finance group. Number of years spent at Merrill as head of its asset-backed group; Names of the two executives who left Prudential to join Credit Suisse First Boston.


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