Nomura plans redundancies in EMEA global markets

Nomura has placed at least 50 employees in EMEA global markets at risk, GlobalCapital understands.

  • By Bill Thornhill, Nell Mackenzie, Owen Sanderson, Ralph Sinclair
  • 03 Jul 2018

The redundancy round comes shortly after the Japanese bank hired a team of three in rates from NatWest Markets, as first reported in GlobalCapital.

GlobalCapital understands the redundancy round will not change the bank's product offering in global markets.

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