BNY Salesman Heads To BMO

BNY Capital Markets high-yield salesman John Campbell has left the firm and has joined BMO Nesbitt Burns in New York.

  • 03 Jun 2005
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BNY Capital Markets high-yield salesmanJohn Campbell has left the firm and has joined BMO Nesbitt Burns in New York. Campbell joined BNY last year from Scotia Capital Markets, where he was a v.p. in high-yield sales (BW, 4/26/04). Campbell referred questions to Paul Phaneuf, managing director and head of high-yield sales and trading at BMO Nesbitt Burns. Phaneuf was unable to comment by press time.

Distressed salesman Kevin Miller, reportedly one of BNY's top producers, also recently left the firm to join distressed fund Commonwealth Advisors' new New York office as portfolio manager (BW, 5/16).

  • 03 Jun 2005

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