SG Loses Two Credit Salesmen

Two credit derivative salesmen have left SG Corporate & Investment Banking in London: Piet Helmer-Gregersen, who marketed credit derivatives to Scandinavian clients, and Michael Koller, who covered Switzerland.

  • 03 Nov 2006
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Two credit derivative salesmen have left SG Corporate & Investment Banking in London: Piet Helmer-Gregersen, who marketed credit derivatives to Scandinavian clients, and Michael Koller, who covered Switzerland. Both reported to Jason Garrett, head of credit sales in London. Garrett and Michelle Gathercole, SG spokeswoman, did not return calls by press time.

Helmer-Gregersen has been linked with a position at Deutsche Bank in London. He reportedly will report to Mads Steenberg, head of Scandinavian fixed-income sales. Steenberg and Stephanie Smart, Deutsche Bank spokeswoman, did not return phone calls.

Koller's destination could not be determined by press time. Reached on his cell phone, he declined comment.

  • 03 Nov 2006

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