Lehman snags fixed income ace

After more than 20 years with Nomura Securities, Takashi Abiko leads a new Japanese charge.

Lehman Brothers hopes to continue making inroads in the Japanese fixed income business by bringing Takashi Abiko to the firm in a newly created role. He will hold the title of managing director and head of financial institution sales, Japan and will report to Tetsu Serizawa, co-head of fixed income sales, Asia.

Abiko's responsibilities will include providing yen and non-yen fixed income products to Japanese financial institutions globally, as well as distributing yen-dominated interest rate products such as government bonds and derivatives to an international investor base.

Abiko comes to Lehman after 20 years at Nomura Securities, where he was involved with yen and non-yen fixed income...

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