Most of this morning’s Lehman Brothers talk has been about how the firm may be looking to raise between $3 billion and $4 billion in new capital, which is believed to mean the firm is about to post its first quarterly loss since going public. But Lehman has also lost something else: Tony Trousset, its global co-head of software investment banking.
peHUB has confirmed the departure with multiple sources, although no word yet on what preceded the move. We also don’t know if Trousset has a new job lined up yet.
Trousset joined Lehman in 2005, after having been VP of business strategy with SAS Institute. He worked out of its Menlo Park office.
A Lehman spokeswoman declined comment.