Are listed here. As you all probably know, the only Lib Dem is David Laws who takes the chief secretary position. Laws is an Orange Book-er I believe (actually I think he edited the Orange Book), not that necessarily means anything. I can't see a direct equivalent the role previously held by Paul Myners, though Mark Hoban (financial secretary) has represented the Tories on that brief.
Damn shame to see Myners out of there too. I think we went through a period of more discussion of the whole company ownership issue in the last 2 years than had happened over the past 10, and it was largely down to Myners in my opinion. Let's hope he maintains an interest in this stuff in the Lords.