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Lehman stations new Indian chief in Mumbai

Fixed income guru Tarun Jotwani is Mumbai-bound to steward Lehman's India platform.
Tarun Jotwani has been named chairman and ceo of Lehman Brothers India. He transfers to the sub-continent from London, where he had been working as co-head of European fixed income.

His fellow co-head, Andrew Morton, now takes sole control of that slot as Jotwani sets sail for Mumbai.

After an Indian investment banking push in the mid 1990's, followed by a quieter period, Lehman has now built a staff of 1,000 in Mumbai, where it focuses, inter alia, on developing infrastructure and research that support its front office businesses elsewhere.

Prior to heading international credit markets in Europe and Asia, Jotwani was head of Lehman's fixed income division in Asia. In his Japan days he...
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