More Ex-Merrill Bankers Seek Greener Pastures at Other Firms

Smith, Aaron T.
June 2001
Bond Buyer;06/07/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31155, p6
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Reports the resignation of bank executives at Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. in the United States. Recruitment of Michael Lexton and Brian Middlebrook as senior managing director and associate director respectively at Bear Stearns & Co.; Employment of H. Cody Press and Chris Mukai at Salomon Smith Barney.


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