Lehman Sales Star Moves To Greenwich Capital

Glenn Hall has left his position as a high-grade credit salesman at Lehman Brothers and plans to join RBS Greenwich Capital in a similar role.

  • 04 Feb 2005
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Glenn Hall has left his position as a high-grade credit salesman at Lehman Brothers and plans to join RBS Greenwich Capital in a similar role. Officials on the credit sales desk at Lehman confirmed Hall's departure but declined further comment. Hall, who one market professional said spent more than 10 years at Lehman and was considered a top performer, starts this week at Greenwich Capital. He will work in a team run under John Walsh, managing director and head of capital markets for the Americas, according to Peter Ward, spokesman. He could not provide more information by press time.

Hall was between jobs and could not be reached.

  • 04 Feb 2005

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