Korea equity derivatives slump triggers exits, and other recent job moves

Job changes in the derivatives, regulation and risk industry throughout Asia


A fall in equity derivatives revenues due to a weak local equity market and a decline in hedging activity by domestic securities firms has caused a number of senior exits from global banks' Korea equity derivatives units. Harold Moon, head of equity derivatives at Nomura in Seoul, left the bank in November while his equivalent at Credit Suisse, Taehwan Kim, resigned around the same time, providing the two highest-profile casualties to depart from foreign dealers. Australian firm Macquarie also

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