Nomura hires Chishty from Citi

The Citi veteran becomes head of industrials within the investment banking division, replacing a Lehman banker who left after the firm was taken over by Nomura.

Nomura has made a high-profile hire in the form of 12-year Citi veteran Shaheryar Chishty to fill one of the gaps left by a former Lehman Brothers banker who chose not to accept the employment offer made by the Japanese investment bank.

In a note to clients, Chishty confirmed that he will be joining Nomura as head of industrials investment banking, replacing Anthony Steains who last month left Lehman to join private equity firm The Blackstone Group. Chishty, who has...

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