Frontini quits syndicate world in investment banking switch

The latest banker to disappear from the syndicate community in London is Lorenzo Frontini, Lehman Brothers’ head of European bond syndicate since 2003, who is taking up a new position in the firm’s investment banking division, focusing on Italian financial institutions within the firm’s global finance group.

  • 30 May 2008

Richard Howell, co-head of Lehman’s corporate and leveraged finance group, takes on the job of head of debt syndicate for Europe and the Middle East in addition to his current responsibilities.

At the same time, Lehman is consolidating its existing high grade syndicate and loan and high yield capital ...

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