Nomura Manoeuvres

Andrew Norman, the former head of equities for Nomura’s Australian business, has been the victim of a restructure, let go along with a number of his colleagues at the Japanese investment bank’s Sydney office as the firm combines its bond and stock trading businesses globally on a single electronic trading platform, Instinet.

Andrew Norman, the former head of equities for Nomura’s Australian business, has been the victim of a restructure, let go along with a number of his colleagues at the Japanese investment bank’s Sydney office as the firm combines its bond and stock trading businesses globally on a single electronic trading platform, Instinet.

Jon Linton, who ran the bond business for Nomura in Australia, will now head a combined fixed income and equities department in Australia, according to an email seen by Markets Spectator. 

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