Stephen Skerrett has left his position as head of Greenwich NatWest's securitization business in the U.K. and Europe, according to sources familiar with the matter. His departure follows four other fixed-income derivatives directors who left the company for Lehman Brothers. There is no word as to Skerrett's new employer.
Nicholas Hyde has been hired by Salomon Smith Barney to head its international fixed-income sales team. Hyde came to SSB from J.P. Morgan & Co., where he had been vice president of sales for international fixed-income for the past two years. SSB has plans to expand its international fixed-income sales team over time.