John Tormondsen, of Goldman Sachs and TBMA, Retires

Wisniewski, Mary
January 2002
Bond Buyer;1/4/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31297, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that John Tormondsen, head of fixed-income and swaps trading at Goldman Sachs & Co. and an member of the Bond Market Association has retired from his services. Professional background of Tormondsen; Comments of Eric L. Foster, vice president and assistant general counsel to the Bond Market Association on services of Tormondsen; Executives hired in place of Tormondsen.


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