Snow leaves Nomura amid European restructuring

Richard Snow has become the latest senior banker to leave Nomura following the bank’s restructuring of its European business. Snow, a managing director in the firm’s corporate broking division, is understood to have left the firm last week, according to two sources.

  • 25 Jan 2013
The departure of Snow, who was previously head of investor relations at telecoms group Vodafone before stints in corporate broking at Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch, follows those of Will Barter, head of UK investment banking, who left at the end of the year, and Piero Novelli, who ...

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