Company Overview of Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc.
Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides various financial services to corporations, governments and municipalities, institutions, and high-net-worth individuals worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Capital Markets, Investment Banking, and Investment Management. The Capital Markets segment represents institutional customer flow activities, including secondary trading, financing, mortgage origination and securitization, prime brokerage, and research activities in fixed income and equity products. It also offers equity and fixed income products, including U.S., European, and Asian equities; government and agency securities; money market products; corpora...
1271 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020
Founded in 1850
Key Executives for Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc.
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Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc. Key Developments
Lehman Brothers Plans To Sell California Land
Sep 9 14
Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc. continues to sell prime California land including the Pacifica San Juan project in San Juan Capistrano.
Lehman Brothers To Sell Unsecured Claims
Aug 28 14
Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc. said that it may seek to sell off some of a multi-billion dollar bankruptcy claim that it holds against its U.S. brokerage arm. Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc. intends to explore monetization opportunities related to these unsecured claims.
Lehman Brothers To Sell Stake In Shaw
May 21 14
Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc. is looking to sell its 20% stake in D. E Shaw & Co., L.P. for $550 million to $800 million. But there are no buyers for the stake. A spokesman for D. E. Shaw declined to comment. The Blackstone Group L.P. (NYSE:BX) and Dyal Capital Partners approached Goldman Sachs for the Lehman Brothers stake. A spokesman for D. E. Shaw declined to comment. As one interested bidder who walked away from the deal said, “You don’t want to be wearing someone else’s underwear.” Goldman, Blackstone, Dyal Capital Partners and Affiliated Managers all declined to discuss the bidding process. Matthew Cantor, the general counsel for Lehman Brothers Holdings did not return phone calls seeking comment.
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