Fixed income head quits Daiwa

By Owen Sanderson
13 Apr 2016

Daiwa Capital Markets said that Tony Baldwin, joint head of fixed income for Europe and the Middle East, had decided to leave the company after 22 years.

Yuzo Yonemoto will now run the Japanese firm's European fixed income business. He has been head of FICC in Asia, among other roles at the firm.

Daiwa has undergone an extensive changing of the guard recently, with head of investment banking for Europe and the Middle East, Christopher Brown ...

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