Lehman PRO hit by heart attack

Lehman Brothers executive director of marketing and corporate communications Stewart Prosser is taking two months off work following a heart attack.

A spokeswoman for Lehman Brothers said Prosser had suffered a significant cardiac arrest and had been given time to recover from his illness.

She added that Prosser’s duties would be taken over in the interim by Christine Chinnery, executive director of corporate communications for the bank’s European investment division.

Prosser joined Lehman Brothers in 2001 as the bank’s first head of comms with marketing and corporate comms responsibilities across all of the bank’s divisions.

Prosser was previously director of corporate affairs at AXA UK.

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