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The desk in the firm's fixedincome unit generated earnings of about $4 billion in 2006, the year that Mark McGoldrick, who ran the desk, was paid $70 million.
In 1990 we had opened a branch in Tokyo, with a focus on institutional fixedincome sales, mainly of American corporate bonds or securitized mortgages to Japanese pension funds, investment trusts, insurance companies, and the like.
Though a long-running trend, the bulk of investable assets in securities markets (equities, fixedincome, and derivatives) are more centrally managed by professionals than ever before.
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