Laurent Segalen has been hired as Lehman Brothers' global head of carbon emissions, responsible for structuring and origination.Segalen will be based in London and report to Henrik Wareborn, head of commodities for Europe. He joins New York-based Lehman Brothers from the French bank Natixis, where he was managing director of its €142 million European Carbon Fund and was responsible for the fund's structuring, placement and management. He previously worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he headed its climate change business.
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