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The Changing of the Guard At Top Equity-Trading Firms: It's the Wall Street Shuffle for Executive

Traders Magazine, January 1998

Michael L. O'Reilly

In one of the most-high profile turnovers of its kind in recent memory, several well-known equity-trading executives, at firms that include Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and Cantor Fitzgerald, are leaving the business.

At DLJ, a Dec. 12 internal memo to all employees of the New York-based firm announced the retirement of Robert Antolini, head of equity trading at DLJ. Antolini, topping a Wall Street career spanning four decades, has been with DLJ since 1985.

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