Johannessen quits Dresdner for Lehman secondary loans

EuroWeek understands that Thomas Johannessen resigned as head of loan sales and trading at Dresdner Kleinwort on Wednesday and is set to join Lehman Brothers after three months on gardening leave.

  • 01 Feb 2008

The exact nature of Johannessen’s new job is not known, but it is believed that he will work on Lehman’s secondary loan trading and sales desk in London. Johannessen and Lehman Brothers did not return calls. A spokesperson for Dresdner declined to comment.

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