Close Brothers Loses Restructurer

Aidan de Brunner, manager in corporate finance with a focus on debt restructuring at Close Brothers Corporate Finance in London, recently resigned.

  • 21 May 2004
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Aidan de Brunner, manager in corporate finance with a focus on debt restructuring at Close Brothers Corporate Finance in London, recently resigned. De Brunner could not be reached for comment.

Close Brothers has no immediate plans to replace de Brunner, according to Martin Gudgeon, head of corporate restructuring. The firm recently hired Gerd Bilding, an official at Royal Bank of Scotland in Frankfurt, as head of German restructuring in Frankfurt, and Federica Sambiase, deputy head of restructuring at ING Bank in London, as a manager in the restructuring group, Gudgeon noted.

  • 21 May 2004

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