Goldman High-Yield Trio Exits

Three high-yield professionals in sales and trading have left Goldman Sachs, according to a fixed-income market professional familiar with the departures.

  • 14 Jan 2005
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Three high-yield professionals in sales and trading have left Goldman Sachs, according to a fixed-income market professional familiar with the departures. Chris Yanney, v.p. in high-yield trading, and Jason Bossard, v.p. in high-yield sales, have departed the firm. And Chris Rulon-Miller, v.p. in high-yield sales, is retiring.

Bossard and Yanney have not yet determined their next destinations, according to the person familiar with their departures. The reasons for their departures could not be ascertained. None of the three could be reached. Michael DuVally, spokesman for Goldman, declined comment.

  • 14 Jan 2005

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3 Goldman Sachs 2,615 4 8.31
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