Govvies Trader Flips To CSFB

John Sheehan has headed to the door at RBS Greenwich and will resurface at Credit Suisse First Boston.

  • 10 Jun 2005
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John Sheehan has headed to the door at RBS Greenwich and will resurface at Credit Suisse First Boston. At CSFB, Sheehan will be a director trading 10-year Treasuries and will report to Jim Toya, co-head of interest-rate sales and trading, according to Pen Pendleton, CSFB spokesman. Toya declined comment.

At Greenwich Capital, Sheehan most recently traded intermediate Treasuries and reported to Kevin Rusch, head of government trading. Rusch referred calls to Peter Ward, spokesman, who did not return a phone call by press time. Sheehan did not respond to an e-mail by press time.

  • 10 Jun 2005

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