05 June 2017
New York
Reporter: Mark Dugdale

Ferreira steps up to lead US equity finance trading at Nomura


Nomura has promoted Matthew Ferreira to head of US equity finance trading.

Ferreira made the step up from vice president and equity finance trader following the appointment of Tom Rafferty from Citi in March.

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

Ben Challice, the former head of global prime services at Nomura, left the bank last year to join Pirum Systems as COO.

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