Nomura hires Malaysia investment banking head

Kit Weng Yip takes over from Kelvin Ho, who had held the position as well as his role as head of investment banking, Southeast Asia.

Nomura has appointed Kit Weng Yip as its head of investment banking for Malaysia, according to an internal memo seen by FinanceAsia.

Yip takes over from Kelvin Ho, who was responsible for the country on top of his role as head of investment banking, Southeast Asia. Ho continues in his broader position.

“I am excited to join Nomura.  I look forward to working very closely with the team to offer Nomura’s extensive product and industry capability to my clients,” Yip told FinanceAsia in an email.

Yip, who will be based in Kuala Lumpur, will report to Ho and his move...

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