Nomura appoints new US head of high yield

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Japanese bank Nomura has appointed Sandor Hau as managing director and head of high yield and distressed credit in the Americas, a role he will officially begin on February 14.

Sandor will be based in New York, where he will report locally to Jeff Michaels and Charlie Spero, co-heads of fixed income for the Americas. More broadly, he will report to Georges Assi, head of global credit products.

Sandor leaves Goldman Sachs, where he worked for twelve years. Most recently he was a managing director

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