Nomura picks Taiwan IB head Tsao to run branches in country

02 Jun 2011

Nomura has picked a new branch manager in Taiwan, after the previous boss joined the Japanese bank’s advisory board for the country. Amy Tsao, head of investment banking for Taiwan, will take over as the branch head.

Albert Weng is becoming chairman of the Taiwan Advisory Board for Nomura, freeing up the position of Taiwan branch manager. Tsao will keep her job running the investment banking team, a position she has held since April 2010.

Tsao will report to Philip Lynch, chief executive for Asia ex-Japan ...

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