Natixis Loses Ex-Bear Hedge Fund Salesmen

May 10 2011 | 11:45am ET

A pair of former hedge fund salesmen have left Natixis.

James Lamb and Stephen Ware are out at the bank, just a year after joining it from Nomura Holdings, FX Week reports. The two handled foreign exchange sales and trading in London. Their plans are not clear.

Before joining Nomura, the two men handled hedge fund sales at Bear Stearns in London.


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