Nomura appoints new asset management MD in Singapore

Nomura Asset Management has recently appointed Koichi Suzuki as managing director in Singapore.

Suzuki has been with Nomura since 1975 spending the last two years with subsidiary, Axa Rosenberg Investment Management in Tokyo. His new role covers both investment activities, Asia ex-Japan including Australia, and marketing for Southeast Asia and Australia. This appointment is the second service for Suzuki in Singapore as he headed up the investment trust arm of Nomura for several years until August 1998.

Suzuki succeeds Yoshimitsu Matsuki who has been appointed head of Nomura Asset Management in London. Suzuki commented on his goals for the next twelve months to PensionsAsia emphasizing his desire to diversify assets both sourced and managed from Singapore.

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