Donnelley Financial Names Senior Vice President, Capital Markets
Press release from the issuing company
CHICAGO, February 20, 2001 -- R.R. Donnelley Financial, the worldwide financial printer and communications services company, has promoted Elliot R. Eisenberg to senior vice president, capital markets. He will be responsible for the development of all capital market sales domestically and internationally for the company.
With more than 21 years in the financial services industry, Eisenberg has 12 years of experience with Donnelley Financial, most recently as vice president of capital markets central region in Chicago. While in his previous position, Eisenberg was responsible for sales in the central part of the United States, including areas from Utah to Michigan, and the Canadian to Mexican borders.
Eisenberg's accomplishments include doubling sales in Chicago and Minneapolis; tripling sales in Denver; and opening new service centers in Cleveland, St. Louis, Detroit and Salt Lake City.
"Elliot has a solid record of delivering excellent service and results and we are delighted to have him direct our domestic and international sales effort," said Paul Masterton, president, R.R. Donnelley Financial. "Donnelley Financial is committed to helping global companies complete complicated transactions such as M&As, IPOs, tender offerings, demutualizations and secondary offerings by consistently turning out the best and brightest sales force. We are confident Elliot will play a key role in growing our business and supporting our industry-leading service position."
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