U.S. Bank Starts Private Placement Team, Looks to Expand

G. C.
July 2009
Private Placement Letter;7/27/2009, p1
The article reports that the Bank of the united States is looking for expansion by starting its first in-house private placement team. The bank hired Terry Martin and Jerry Kokal, two former members of JPMorgan Securities' private placement team. It is stated that the hiring of Martin and Kokal strengthens the bank's expansion into debt private placements. The bank sees opportunities in the private placement market as created by the economic downturn.


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