Nomura hires Goldman's Roberts to run Instinet unit

Nomura said it had appointed Ralson Roberts, formerly Goldman Sachs's co-head of EMEA execution services, as chief executive of Instinet, its agency brokerage unit.

  • By Owen Sanderson
  • 03 Dec 2018

Roberts succeeds Jonathan Kellner, who has left to join Coinbase, the crypto-currency exchange, as managing director in its institutional coverage group.

In a release announcing his appointment, Roberts described Instinet as "the 'original fintech' that introduced electronic trading to the financial markets".

The unit will be celebrating its 50th anniversary ...

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