Nomura’s Europe CRO headed to NatWest Markets

Jeremy Arnold to join RBS’s markets business; state-backed lender recently lost its CRO

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Jeremy Arnold, chief risk officer for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Nomura, is leaving the bank to join NatWest Markets.

It isn’t clear what his new role at NatWest will be. Martyn Brush, chief risk officer of NatWest Markets, left in December. That news came after the November announcement that David Stephen, group CRO of Royal Bank of Scotland, NatWest’s parent, was leaving the bank to join Westpac.

Risk.net understands that Nomura is in the process of selecting an interim

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