17 March 2017
Tokyo
Reporter: Drew Nicol

Nomura restocks equity team


Japanese bank Nomura has re-bolstered its equity finance team with the appointment of Tom Rafferty.

Rafferty, previously vice president and trader on Citi’s stock lending desk, began his new role in March and is based out of the bank’s London office.

The equity trading portion of Nomura in Europe, the Middle East and Africa was stripped back last year, including a swathe of the equity finance team, but the bank has now renewed its interest in the business.

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