Jefferies Adds To Private Client Services Team

Jun 30 2006 | 8:43pm ET

Jefferies & Company has hired Michael Hyde as a senior vice president in the firm's private client services department. Hyde will be based in Jefferies' Boston office.

Hyde previously served as a director at Deutsche Bank AlexBrown. This hire follows the recently announced addition of Mason Matschke as a senior vice president in PCS working in the firm's Chicago office.

"The addition of Mr. Hyde is key in extending our Northeast coverage and bringing our world-class services to the Boston market," commented Charles Baber, head of PCS. "We are confident that his extensive experience and deep relationships in the region will add immediate value to our growing platform." The firm's PCS group provides financial services to high-net-worth clients and includes equity, fixed-income, mutual funds, structured notes, and separately managed accounts through out-side money managers, including funds-of-funds.


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