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Lehman Brothers Holdings

LEHMAN BROTHERS is no longer just a bond issuance and trading shop. After expanding its asset management business and poaching talent from competitors, the New York investment bank enjoys the revenue mix and client roster of Wall Street’s elite. While Lehman’s bond business has thrived, CEO Fuld has also steered the bank to a No. 3 ranking in global mergers and acquisitions. Lehman’s profits have more than tripled since 2002. Its stock price is up 132% over the same period. And for the third straight year, the firm’s U.S. equity research staff earned top honors in Institutional Investor magazine’s annual survey.

Company Info

2005 Rank

151

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COMPANY INFO

LEH

Market Value
$ Million

39,616.2

Total Return
$ Million
(1-yr.) 61.2
(3-yr.) 169.6
2005 Sales
$ Billion

32.4

Sales Growth
$ Million
(1-yr.) 53
(3-yr.) 24.4
Long-Term Growth Est. %

12.0

Net income
$ Million

3,260.0

Net Income Growth
$ Million
(1-yr.) 38
(3-yr.) 48.5
Net Margin %*

10.1

Return on Inv. Capital (%)*

4.0

Share Price
12-Mo. Hi/Lo

150/86

P/E Ratio

13

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*Trailing 12 months
Company data as of 2/28/06 provided by Standard & Poor's Compustat

Richard S. Fuld Jr.

Richard S. Fuld Jr., 59

CEO since 1993




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