JonesTrading Snags Ex-Lehman Sales Head

Feb 10 2009 | 12:06pm ET

Agency broker JonesTrading Institutional Services has recruited industry veteran Bernie Blaney as part of the continued growth of its franchise in relationship-based trading. He is based in the Boston office of JonesTrading where he will focus on client acquisition, building market share, and in increasing order flow. 

Blaney most recently served as head of sales trading in Lehman Brothers’ Boston office. Prior to Lehman, he held senior positions at First Boston. He will report to George Harrington, head of JonesTrading’s Boston office.

“JonesTrading remains committed to securing large block agency liquidity for institutions,” said Steve Tullar, national sales manager. “Attracting Bernie to JonesTrading is part of our commitment to both our clients and our business model.”


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