The Trading Floor

Wisniewski, Mary; Smith, Aaron T.
January 2002
Bond Buyer;1/3/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31296, p6
Trade Publication
Presents several news items related to the U.S. securities industry as of January 03, 2002. Financial status of the securities company Lamont Financial; Selection of Elizabeth Mihalyak Columbo and Virginia O'Connell Wong as partners in Nixon Peabody; Shareholder of the Anchorage law firm Johnson & Brecht; Selection of Gregory King as director of structured investment at XL Capital Assurance Inc.


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