Best in South Korea

Harold Moon, Nomura

Nomura remains at the forefront of structured products innovation in South Korea. Drawing its strength from the close co-operation between its fixed-income and equity derivatives team, the bank was able to tap into the rising demand for exotic and hybrid products.

"The main driver in Korea has been the growth of structured Korean exotics and hybrids among institutional investors as a means of dealing with global low rates," says John Goff, head of fixed-income structuring for Asia ex

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