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Sterne

Laurence. 1713--68, English novelist, born in Ireland, author of The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman (1759--67) and A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy (1768)
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Sterne was sent to Europe as a Secret Service agent in Sweden and Denmark to prevent ships being equipped as blockade runners for the Confederate army.
Although Sterne did birdie the par-five 14th, Hatton did likewise to tighten his grip on the title.
Last year, we successfully integrated the Private Client Group branches and institutional fixed income business from our Sterne Agee acquisition.
The acquisition combines CRT's Institutional Equity business with Sterne Agee's equity sales, trading and research distribution platform, which has relationships with over 1,000 institutions and serves clients from locations including New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco and London.
Before joining Sterne Agee, he was with Robert W Baird & Co.
Sterne is a quality player and barring past injuries, his career would have enjoyed the same upward curve as fellow countrymen Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen.
Until now, Sterne Agee Mortgage offered banks various tiers of service options in their correspondent channel only.
The Sterne Agee analysis adds, "Reinsurance pricing and terms are both under pressure given ample capacity and increasing alternative capital in the marketplace.
This has not, as Sterne argues, been a linear development, but rather a history full of dead-ends and insoluble problems.
I am excited to join the Sterne Agee team and eager to continue serving investors," said Mohs.
Sterne hadn't won on the European Tour since 2009 but sank eight birdies in his closing 64 to seal victory.