LOS ANGELES -- Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Securities Co. said Wednesday it will fill the vacancies in its Los Angeles office created earlier this month by the resignations of three public finance investment bankers.
Thom W. Harrow, a Donaldson Lufkin senior vice president and head of the firm's transportation group, will temporarily oversee the office, currently staffed by two associate bankers, a company spokeswoman said.
Two of the departing bankers, William W. Reynolds, 47, and Robin J. Rappaport, 34, joined Sutro & Co.'s Los Angeles office, and the third employee, Mark Young, 30, moved to Dillon, Read & Co. in San Francisco.
Reynolds was senior vice president and manager of Donaldson, Lufkin's Los Angeles office from 1989 until he left to join Sutro. He will also be a senior vice president at Sutro. Rappaport and Young were both vice presidents at Donaldson Lufkin, and they will retain the same tides at their new firms.
In a separate development, attorney Bernard J. Mikell Jr., is joining Sutro as a senior vice president. A Sutro press release said he will work out of the firm's San Francisco and Sacramento offices. Mikell most recently was a partner with Landels, Ripley & Diamond.