Ines Noé takes high grade DCM job at Nomura

Ines Noé has taken on responsibility for Asian high grade debt capital markets at Nomura. She has worked at the Japanese bank since 2006, when she started working in Asian debt capital markets after a five and a half year spell out of the market raising a family.

  • 13 Jan 2011

In September 2008, Noé switched jobs when Nomura bought the Asian arm of Lehman Brothers. She co-managed the integration of the two businesses and continued to work as a senior adviser until June 2010, when she opted to return to a client-facing job after a short sabbatical.

Noé held ...

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