Judge OKs Lehman Sale To Barclays

September 2008
Investment Dealers' Digest;9/29/2008, Vol. 74 Issue 37, p16
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The article reports on the approval of New York bankruptcy court judge on the sale of several assets of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. by Barclays Capital Inc. Accordingly, Barclays has bought several assets including Lehman's fixed income and equity sales, trading and research as well as investment banking. Moreover, Barclays states that the combined firm will use the Barclays Capital name.


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