RBS Reportedly Lines Up J.P. Morgan Telecom Hire

Paul Netter, v.p.-high-grade bond trading covering telecom, has resigned from J.P. Morgan Securities in New York and is believed to be heading to RBS Greenwich Capital, according to a source familiar with his plans.

  • 11 Jun 2004
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Paul Netter, v.p.-high-grade bond trading covering telecom, has resigned from J.P. Morgan Securities in New York and is believed to be heading to RBS Greenwich Capital, according to a source familiar with his plans. Netter, reached on his mobile phone, declined to comment.

At J.P. Morgan, Netter reported to Geoffrey Sherry, managing director-credit trading, who did not return a call by press time.

  • 11 Jun 2004

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