Lehman Brothers in London has become the latest financial firm to suffer losses from unauthorised trader activity, losing a reported $150 million on misvalued exotic equity derivatives trades.
JP Morgan has placed $100 million of extreme mortality bonds for reinsurer Munich Re, in the first foray into the mortality bond market for both firms.
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Andrew Morton has been named Lehman Brothers’ new global head of fixed income, following the announcement of Roger Nagioff’s departure on February 5. Nagioff became Lehman’s first global head ...
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Lehman Brothers has appointed David Erickson as global head of equity capital markets and Christopher Winchenbaugh as global head of debt capital markets, both newly created positions.
Amid disappointing third-quarter results, credit default swaps (CDSs) referenced to Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers ranked among the most active in CDS trading in the US in September, according to ...
Jason Tilroe, head of the Europe-wide risk solutions group at Lehman Brothers, has been promoted to the newly created post of global head of risk solutions.
Jeffrey Lane has taken over as head of Bear Stearns’ asset management division, in order to restore investor confidence in its hedge fund business.
Tom Hartnett is joining Deutsche Bank Securities as head of core rates trading within the bank’s global rates business.
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