Beyman to Retire from Lehman Brothers


NEW YORK—Jonathan Beyman, chief of operations and technology at Lehman Brothers since 2002, will retire and leave the firm at the end of May.

"I'm retiring," Beyman, 50, tells DWT. "I had a 15-year run here. I had a great time, but it's time to do something different." The industry veteran also holds the title of executive vice president of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.

"I plan to hang up my Brooks Brothers suit," he says. He will then enter the world of academia in the fall as a student of

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