Monday's Executive Changes column on page 8 overstated the responsibilities of Joshua Weintraub, now a Greenwich Natwest executive, in his previous job at Lehman Brothers. Though he was a senior vice president in the agency commercial mortgage obligations group, the head of the group was and is David Sherr.
Also, the column misspelled the name of the newly hired vice president of Greenwich Natwest's agency and whole-loan CMO group. He is Eric Daouphers.
A Sept. 9 table on page 21, "Top 10 Finance Companies Ranked by Commercial Receivables,'' erred in including Household International Inc., the big consumer finance company. As a result, each of the companies ranked third through 10th in the chart should move up a notch and a new No. 10 should be added: Philip Morris Capital Corp. of Stamford, Conn., with $6.8 billion of commercial receivables at midyear.
A corrected version of the table can be obtained by clicking on Ranking the Banks and then Recent Tables at www.americanbanker.com.