Nomura Bolsters Economics Research with Senior Hire in the U.S.

Nomura announced that Mark Doms Ph.D. has joined the firm as a Managing Director and Senior Economist. Mr. Doms will be based in New York and will work closely with Lewis Alexander, Nomura’s Chief U.S. Economist.

He is responsible for providing in-depth analysis on macro-economic trends affecting the U.S. economy, while also proactively interpreting policy moves and market data which may signal economic shifts.

“I am delighted to welcome someone of Mark’s calibre and deep policy insight onto our strong U.S. and global economics team,” said Penn Egbert, Head of Global Markets Research for Nomura in the Americas. “Mark’s public policy experience will add significant value to our global economics franchise, which allows us to diversify the insight we provide to our clients.”

Before joining Nomura, Mr. Doms was at the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC), most recently as Under Secretary for Economic Affairs, where he advised the DOC and the Obama Administration on economic policy. Prior to this, he was a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, and earlier worked as an economist at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

Nomura’s highly-regarded global economics research team comprises experts covering Asia, Europe, Japan, Latin America and North America. Clients recognize the team’s flagship Global Weekly Economic Monitor, its forecasting accuracy and its commitment to delivering unique insights into economic, policy and market developments.

Next Finance , November 2016

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