CSFB Equity Derivatives Marketer Resigns

  • 01 Feb 2002
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Amy Yamamoto, v.p.-equity derivatives marketing at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York, resigned Wednesday, according to market officials. Yamamoto, a member of the firm's private client and retail team, reported to Michael Crooks, managing director and head of the private client retail team. Yamamoto marketed products to high-net-worth individuals.

Calls to Crooks were referred to CSFB spokeswoman Victoria Harmon, who declined comment. Yamamoto's departure is the latest in a series of exits by marketers in the equity derivatives group and follows the departure of CSFB's equity barrier options group to Lehman Brothers in January (DW, 1/21).

  • 01 Feb 2002

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5 Goldman Sachs 14,053.61 76 6.30%