Nomura hires Korea head from Goldman

Japanese bank Nomura has appointed DK Shin as head of global markets for Korea, a newly created position that gives him responsibility for business expansion in the Korean market.

Based in Hong Kong, Shin will report to Kenji Tsuge, Asia-Pacific head of fixed income, and to Tomoyuki Teraguchi, head of Asia equity.

Shin joins Nomura from Goldman Sachs in Hong Kong, where he was head of the Korea investment banking division and financing group for more than two years. Before that, he was head of

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