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Nomura hires RBS banker for SWF, central bank sales

Tue, 10th Aug 2010 05:14


SINGAPORE, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Nomura Holdings said on Tuesday it has appoi
nted Henrik Melph as its managing director and global head of its sales division for central banks and sovereign wealth funds. Melph, who will be based in Singapore, joined Nomura from Royal Bank of Scotland, where he held the same position.

'Central banks and sovereign wealth funds have become increasingly important players in the global financial markets and Henrik brings to Nomura vast experience and an impressive track record in servicing their diverse needs,' said Nomura's Global Head of Rates Sales Chris Fleming.

Asia is home to some of the world's largest sovereign wealth funds, like China Investment Corp and Government of Singapore Investment Corp.

(Reporting by Charmian Kok, editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan)

((charmian.kok@thomsonreuters.com; +65 6403 5666; Reuters Messaging: (charmian.kok.reuters.com@reuters.net) Keywords: NOMURA/

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