Nomura reshuffles senior management

The Japanese broker said the moves are intended to strengthen business across divisions and regions.

The management line up of Nomura's global markets Asia ex-Japan and EMEA businesses will shift with the reassignment of three senior executives.

Yasuo Kashiwagi, currently based in London where he serves as executive chairman in EMEA is returning to Tokyo to become co-head of global markets, Japan's biggest brokerage by market cap said in a statement on Thursday.

In the new role Kashiwagi will work closely with Steve Ashley, head of global markets, to promote closer cross-regional collaboration and drive the global markets client businesses, the statement said. Ashley came to Nomura from RBS in 2010 to spearhead the bank's efforts in the fixed income space....

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