HSBC Government Trader Heads To Morgan

HSBC Securities government bond trader Rahmaan Streater has left for J.P. Morgan.

  • 29 Apr 2005
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HSBC Securities government bond trader Rahmaan Streater has left for J.P. Morgan. Streater traded long-end Treasuries, STRIPS and off-the-run bonds and reported to Jim Combias, head of Treasury trading, according to an HSBC official. Combias took over as head of Treasury trading after former head Andrew Lombara himself headed to Morgan in March.

Streater will trade STRIPS and report to Lombara, according to Michael Dorfsman, spokesman for J.P. Morgan.

  • 29 Apr 2005

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