CSFB Fixed Income Heavy Resigns

Mark Landis has resigned from Credit Suisse First Boston in New York where he was a managing director and former head of fixed-income sales for North America.

  • 03 May 2004
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Mark Landis has resigned from Credit Suisse First Boston in New York where he was a managing director and former head of fixed-income sales for North America.  Jim Healy and Jerry Wood, global co-heads of fixed income, said in an internal memo sent late last week that Landis has chosen to leave the firm "to spend more time with his family and pursue other business interests." Landis did not respond to messages left at his office.

Calls to Healy and Wood inquiring into Landis' replacement were referred to John Gallagher, spokesman in New York, who could not immediately comment.

  • 03 May 2004

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