Nomura International has made a number of new hires to its capital markets business, in a move to leverage its position in the yen markets. Nomura also says the new hires should broaden the origination capabilities of its fixed-income business.All the new hires will report to Stefano Ghersi. Some have already started, while the others will begin early this month.
Rodolfo Diotallevi joins Nomura within the French/Iberian debt capital markets coverage group. Previously, he headed up the EMTM and money markets origination group at Merrill Lynch. Sebastian Dupont also joins from Merrill Lynch, where he worked within the financial institutions group. He will be part of the German/Austrian debt capital markets coverage group.
Meanwhile, Karin Levin, formerly an energy risk assessment manager at Enron Europe, joins Nomura’s Nordic debt capital markets group, while Cassander Jupijn joins within the UK/Holland debt capital markets coverage group. Previous experience includes appointments with the financial institutions group of Schroder Salomon Smith Barney in London, and ING Barings in Amsterdam.
Separately, in Hong Kong, Nomura has named Alec Yang as a director in the Asia Pacific securitisation group. Yang joins from the structured finance division at JP Morgan Chase, where he was a vice-president.
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