Nomura moves

Nomura appoints new head of Southeast Asia investment banking

Kelvin Ho is to head up the investment banking division for Southeast Asia at Nomura after the departure of Patrick Lee.

Nomura has appointed Kelvin Ho as head of Southeast Asia investment banking, according to an internal memo circulated by the firm on Monday. He replaces Patrick Lee, who has left the firm.

Ho has been part of the investment banking team at Nomura since 1995 and is described by the firm as “an experienced senior local hand”.

Lee’s departure is said to have been amicable and a spokesperson for Nomura said that he has decided to move away from a traditional investment banking role. He had been head of Southeast Asia investment banking since joining from UBS in August 2008. It is rumoured that he may be...

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