Wachovia Hires Former Dain Rauscher, Morgan Keegan Bankers for Muni Group

Walker, Susanne
May 2003
Bond Buyer;5/16/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31637, p27
Trade Publication
Wachovia Bank announced the hiring of two members in its muncipal securities group. Patrick Russell, a former RBC Dain Rauscher Inc. executive, is now a director in the Charlotte, North Carolina, office, and Ron Pang, a former public finance banker at Morgan Keegan & Co., is a vice president leading the analytics team in Philadelphia. At the same time, Wachovia also is looking to hire a public finance banker in the Philadelphia office to focus on the Northeast. Wachovia also hired former Goldman, Sachs & Co. associate Anna Woodward and Bank of America associate Sakinah Rahman. Woodward is based in Charlotte, while Rahman is based in Philadelphia.


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