Elliott Etheredge left Dahlman Rose & Co., where he was head of marine-transportation investment banking, TradeWinds reported.
Etheredge joined Livingston International, a Toronto-based customs broker, the shipping-industry newspaper said. It cited an e-mail from Etheredge, whose departure follows those last year of company co-founders Simon Rose and Ernest Dahlman, according to TradeWinds.
Dahlman Rose referred two phone calls by Bloomberg News to its media-relations and marketing department in New York, where no one was immediately available to comment.
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