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Loose Change

Readers of this space are always interested in the alter egos and hobbies of bank loan participants. Claudio Phillips, the head loan trader at Salomon Smith Barney, was featured last year when he won a coveted Tony Award for Best Musical for his role as one of the producers of Thoroughly Modern Millie. Well, Annie Greven, a par loan trader at Rabobank International who recently moved over from Morgan Stanley (LMW, 3/17), has stepped into the spotlight after being featured in The New York Times as a proud owner of a Vespa--The Scooter for Dreamers and Romantics. Reportedly, the Vespa has been an ice-breaker with clients. The only thing Greven does not like to discuss is the broken arm she suffered after getting gutsy and accelerating over a curb and into a wall. Exhibiting the resilience of a true loan market veteran, she parked her Vespa and hailed a cab for a trip to the hospital. Greven revealed to LMW that she is now fully recovered and is back up and riding again.

 

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